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WATER CONSERVATION— EASTERN ONTARIO 
Deck of control section of Bark Lake dam, Madawaska river, showing stop-log winch 
and controls for valves in conduits 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 



1942 




ONTARIO 

PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



T. H. Hogg, B.A.Sc, C.E., D.Eng Chairman and Chief Engineer 

Hon. Wm. L. Houck. B.Sc, M.L.A Vice- Chairman 

J. Albert Smith, M.L.A Commissioner 

Osborne Mitchell Secretary 



CHAIRMAN'S LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



To His Honour 

The Honourable Albert Matthews, L.L.D., 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned respectfully presents the Thirty-Fifth Annual Report 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
which ended October 31, 1942. 

The record of the Commission's work presented in this Annual Report 
relates to three principal fields — the co-operative municipal field, the field 
of rural supply, and the northern Ontario field. The first two cover the 
Commission's activities on behalf of the co-operative systems, and the last 
relates to its trusteeship of the Northern Ontario Properties on behalf of the 
Province. Throughout the various sections of the Report dealing broadly 
with physical operation of the plants, constructional activities and financial 
statements, these fields of activity are clearly differentiated. 

The Report also presents for the calendar year 1942 financial statements 
and statistical data relating to the municipal electric utilities operating in 
conjunction with the several co-operative systems for the supply of electrical 
service throughout the Province. 

11 War Activities 

;| As forecast last year there developed during 1942 a shortage of power 

} capacity to supply the growth in demand for power for Ontario's expanding 

j war program, and in order to maintain full service to the war industries, 

consumption of electricity for less vital needs was curtailed. Two methods 

were employed: restrictive measures introduced by the Dominion Power 

Controller, and voluntary savings by the citizens. The restrictive measures 

; reduced sign and street lighting, darkened store windows and show cases, 

I, eliminated decorative lighting and prohibited the use of electric air-heaters 

j in stores and offices. 

Perhaps the outstanding fact with regard to the supply of power for 
war needs in Ontario during 1942 was the splendid co-operation of all citizens. 
I Suppliers, distributors and users of Hydro service, all co-operated to ensure 
that the power requirements of Ontario's war effort should be the first con- 
sideration. 



vi THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Operating Conditions 

Depending entirely upon water-power developments for its power sup- 
plies, the Commission's operations are influenced by climatic conditions. 
During the winter of 1941-42 practically no trouble was experienced from 
ice conditions at any of the Commission's generating plants, and during the 
whole fiscal year only minor disturbances were experienced as the result of 
wind, sleet and electrical storms. 

At the beginning of the winter of 1941-42 all storage reservoirs were 
somewhat above normal level. Good water conditions existed until after 
the spring run-off but, as is usual, there was sub-normal precipitation in 
some areas during the summer, and river flows, notably on the Ottawa river, 
receded to low values by early fall. Before the winter peak load season of 
1942-43 arrived, however, fall rains had improved the situation. 

Load Conditions 

Expanding war industries continued to demand increased quantities of 
power throughout the year. When it became evident that these war de- 
mands would result in a total demand in excess of the visible and prospective 
power supplies, attention was focussed upon shifting available power re- 
sources from less essential uses to those by which a maximum contribution 
to the war effort can be made. This was accomplished by mandatory 
restrictions and by a voluntary savings campaign, chiefly concerned with the 
domestic consumer. These efforts had a marked effect upon the primary 
load from September 1942 on and enabled the Commission to supply the 
winter peak of December 1942 with only relatively small cuts in power 
delivery for brief periods. 

All of the year's growth in primary load occurred in Southern Ontario 
on the Niagara, Georgian Bay and Eastern Ontario systems, where nearly 
all the war production plants of the Province are situated. In this area 
demands for primary power reached record levels, the energy output for 
primary power purposes exceeding that of the previous year by 20 per cent. 
Part of this increase resulted from the conversion of substantial blocks of 
power from secondary to primary classification. 

In the areas served by the Northern Ontario Properties the output for 
primary power purposes was 6.3 per cent less than the previous year. Thisi 
was due chiefly to curtailment of gold mining activities. 

All power resources available to the Commission were used to the 
greatest possible extent throughout the year. The total energy output was 
11,674,049,281 kilowatt-hours, exceeding all previous records, including that 
of the preceding year by 11.5 per cent. 

Additional Power Supplies 

To keep pace as far as possible with expanding war production, addi- 
tional supplies of power totalling 139,000 horsepower were secured for the 
Southern Ontario systems during the fiscal year. The Quebec power com- 
panies supplied ^^5,000 horsepower of this total and 5,000 horsepower was 
secured from the Welland Ship Canal plant of the Department of Transport. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION yii 

In November 1941 the second of the two units at the Big Eddy develop- 
ment on the Muskoka river added 5,000 horsepower to the resources of the 
Georgian Bay system and in August 1942 the Eastern Ontario system's 
resources were increased by 54,000 horsepower when the new development 
at Barrett Chute on the Madawaska river was placed in full operation. 

In 1941, by negotiating with the United States government, additional 
water diversion on the Niagara river was arranged, bringing the total Can- 
adian diversion up to 50,000 cubic feet per second. This has enabled the 
three large generating stations of the Commission on the Niagara river to 
operate at maximum 24-hour output throughout the year, to the benefit of 
munitions production. During the year the Commission co-operated with 
the Quebec power companies in the utilization of any excess energy that 
these companies had available. 

The accompanying tabulations show for the months of October and 
December 1941 and 1942 the primary peak loads of the co-operative systems 
and of the several districts of the Northern Ontario Propeities. They also 
give similar data for the primary and secondary loads. 

Many Hydraulic Construction Activities 

During the past year the sum of fifteen million dollars was expended by 
the Commission on new construction, making a total in excess of fifty million 
dollars since the outbreak of the war. Work was particularly active in con- 
nection with hydraulic structures. These included the Ogoki diversion, and 
the construction of a submerged weir across the Niagara river, in addition 
to the power development completed at Barrett Chute, the Bark lake storage 
dam and the development under way at DeCew Falls. 

On the Ogoki diversion practically all of the hydraulic structures were 
completed during the year, including the main dam at Waboose rapids and 
the two adjacent auxiliary dams. The reservoir created, by these dams 
will have an area of 108 square miles. The channel and control works at the 
height of land are also ready to pass the flow of water into South Summit 
lake and thence to lake Nipigon and the Great Lakes. On the improved 
waterway which will carry the diverted water from the height of land to 
lake Nipigon, certain work is still in hand, more particularly the channel 
improvements adjacent to the new railway bridge at Jackfish crossing near 
lake Nipigon. The remaining work will be completed early in the summer 
of 1943 when the diversion project is expected to be placed in operation for 
the diversion of water from the James Bay watershed to the Great Lakes 
system in accordance with the agreement made with the United States. 

Part of the water reserved for Canadian use as a result of this diversion 
will be utilized in the new plant at DeCew Falls which was commenced in 
1941. Good progress was made on the various hydraulic works at this new 
hydro-electric plant. By the end of the year work was proceeding on the 
intake structure, the power-house substructure, the excavation of head- 
works canal and tailrace and the outlet control structure at Port Dalhousie. 
The excavation work in connection with this new power development in- 
volved removal of a total of 1,767,000 cubic yards of earth and 333,000 
cubic yards of rock. 



Vlll 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No.i26 



DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY POWER TO SYSTEMS 
20-MiNUTE Peak Horsepower— System Coincident Primary Peaks 



System 



1941 



1942 



October 



Niagara system (including Dominion Power and Transmission 

division— 66-2/3 cycle) 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 

Total — Co-operative Systems 

Northern Ontario Properties : 

Abitibi district 

Sudbury district 

Nipissing district 

Manitoulin district 

Patricia district 

Total — Northern Ontario Properties 

Total 



1,536,997 

47,273 

180,650 

104,859 



1,869,779 



185,255 

19,597 

5,791 

504 

15,791 



226,938 



2,096,717 



1,634,316 

45,276 

176,895 

101,046 



1,957,533 



171,180 

20,909 

5,416 

464 

11,059 



209,028 



2,166,561 



December 



Niagara system (including Dominion Power and Transmission 

division — 66-2/3 cycle) 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system 

Thunder Bay system 



1,660,991 

50,582 

181,961 

108,633 



Total — Co-operative Systems . 

Northern Ontario Properties : 

Abitibi district 

Sudbury district 

Nipissing district 

Manitoulin district 

Patricia district 



2,002,167 



158,445 

21,692 

5,817 

550 

13,941 



Total — Northern Ontario Properties . 
Total 



200.445 



2,202,612 



1,727,212 

47,288 

183,039 

108,552 



2,066,091 



170,509 

21,497 

5,771 

497 

10,818 



209,092 



2,275,183 



This 25-cycle generating plant will have an initial capacity of 65,000 
horsepower for the benefit of the Niagara system. The construction schedule 
calls for delivery of power in the early summer of 1943. 



In the Eastern Ontario system, Barrett Chute development on the 
Madawaska river was brought to a successful completion. This plant con- 
tains two hydro-electric units, each of 27,000 horsepower capacity under a 
head of 150 ft. It entailed the construction of a main dam 1,200 ft. long 
and with a height of nearly 100 ft. The plant was completed in less than 
two years and both units were placed in commercial operation in August last. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



IX 



DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY POWER TO SYSTEMS 
20-MiNUTE Peak Horsepower— System Coincident Peaks 





1941 


1942 


System 


October 


Niagara system (including Dominion Power and Transmission 
division — 66-2/3 cycle) 


1,682,975 

47,407 

180,650 

128.539 


1,676,273 


Georgian Bay system 


45,276 


E)astern Ontario system 


176,895 


Thunder Bay system 


106,716 






Total — Co-operative Systems 


2,039,571 


2.005,160 


Northern Ontario Properties : 

Abitibi district 


230,965 

19,597 

5,791 

504 

15,791 


222,788 


Sudbury district 


20,909 


Nipissing district 


5,416 


Manitoulin district 


464 


Patricia district 


11,059 






Total — Northern Ontario Properties 


272,648 


260.636 






Total 


2.312,219 


2.265.796 




December 


Niagara system (including Dominion Power and Transmission 
division — 66-2/3 cycle) 


1,665,282 

50,582 

181,961 

134,531 


1,762,869 


Georgian Bay system 


47.288 


Eastern Ontario system 


183,039 


Thunder Bay system 


120,643 






Total — Co-operative Systems 


2,032,356 


2,113,839 






Northern Ontario Properties : 

Abitibi district . . 


224,129 

21,692 

5,817 

550 

13,941 


231,501 


Sudbury district 


21,497 


Nipissing district 


5,771 


Manitoulin district 


497 


Patricia district 


10,818 






Total — Northern Ontario Properties 


266,129 


270,084 






Total 


2,298,485 


2,383.923 







Note : Due to mandatory restrictions by Dominion Power Controller and voluntary savings 
by consumers, the peak loads both in October and December 1942 were much lower than they 
would otherwise have been. For fuller information, reference should be made to text and 
peak load diagrams of Section II, pages 4 to 29. 

Bark Lake dam, which controls the supply of water to the Barrett Chute 
plant, was completed in March 1942. It is situated some 65 miles upstream 
and provides 300,000 acre feet of storage for the Barrett Chute and Calabogie 
plants. Additional storage of some 200,000 acre feet was made available by 
improvements and reconstruction of control works on a number of smaller 
lakes on the upper reaches of the Madawaska river. 



X THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The construction of a submerged rock weir across the Niagara river 
approximately half-a-mile below the intake of the Queenston-Chippawa 
power canal is proceeding satisfactorily. A^/hen completed the weir will be 
1,450 feet in length, 40 feet wide at the top and some two to ten feet high. 
Rock fill placed during the year totalled 22,000 tons. It was deposited in 
the river by means of a cableway between steel towers, the head tower on 
the Canadian shore and the tail tower on an artificial island about 2,200 feet 
upstream from Goat island. This weir serves two purposes: it improves 
the conditions for the generation of power on both sides of the river and at 
the same time improves scenic values by contributing to a better distribution 
of the flow at the crest of the falls. The weir has already increased the pro- 
portion of the flow passing over the American falls and when certain auxiliary 
works have been constructed will make a better distribution of the remaining 
flow at the crest of the Canadian falls. 

Transmission Networks Extended 

In addition to the electrical construction involved in the new power 
development at Barrett Chute, a large amount of work was carried out in 
connection with the various transmission and distribution networks. The 
scarcity of such important construction materials as steel, copper and 
aluminum has greatly complicated the problem of providing for the con- 
tinued increasing loads of the Southern Ontario systems. The problem was 
to secure the maximum use of existing equipment with a minimum employ- 
ment of new material. In these problems the network calculator housed in 
Administration building and placed in service early in 1942, has been of 
great value. 

The process of co-ordinating and interconnecting the power facilities of 
the three Southern Ontario systems has continued during the year. In 
ordei to transfer surplus power that may be available from time to time in 
the Eastern Ontario system as a result of the Barrett Chute development, 
one bank of transformers of 47,000 kv-a capacity is being installed at Chats 
Falls adjacent to the Chats Falls frequency-changer. At a number of the 
power stations, including Chats Falls, Chelsea, Bryson and Barrett Chute, 
equipment for the control of load and frequency is being installed. This 
will enable more efficient use to be made of available generating capacity. 

At Burlington transformer station the third 75,000-kv-a transformer 
bank with switching and control equipment is expected to be ready for 
service early in 1943. 

The new 50,000-kv-a transformer station at Toronto Esplanade was 
placed in service in March 1942. Transformer stations of 8,000-kv-a were 
placed in service at Palmerston and St. Catharines. 

In the Georgian Bay system the change in transmission voltage from 
22,000 to 38,000 volts over most of the system was completed and has ma- 
terially improved operating conditions and decreased power losses. 

In all systems much additional equipment and many extensions to dis- 
tribution lines were required to serve additional loads almost entirely for 
war work. These included air training schools, military camps, ammunition 
factories, arsenals, electric furnaces and mines. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xi 

St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers 

In last year's Annual Report, reference was made to the execution of 
agreements, dated March 19th, 1941, between Canada and the United States 
and between Canada and Ontario, providing for the development of naviga- 
tion and power in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence basin, and it was noted 
that these agreements would not be effective until they received proper legis- 
lative sanction. Attention was directed to the delay in legislative , action 
and to the unfortunate consequences of that delay. Uncertainty as to 
whether or not the St. Lawrence project would be launched continued until 
the spring of 1942 and this uncertainty, in conjunction with the Commission's 
commitment for nearly $90,000,000 under the St. Lawrence agreement, con- 
tinued to restrain the Commission from undertaking another major power 
development elsewhere. 

When at last it became apparent that the St. Lawrence project could 
not be counted upon to go forward in the early future, the Commission 
turned to the interprovincial Ottawa river as a source of power. The Prov- 
incial Government authorized the Chairman of this Commission to act as 
the representative of the Province of Ontario and negotiate an agreement 
with the Government of Quebec on a basis which would be satisfactory to the 
Commission. Discussions in which representatives of the Province of 
Ontario, the Province of Quebec, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario, and the Quebec Streams Commission, the parties to the proposed 
agreement, took part, were carried on during the remainder of 1942, and by 
the end of the calendar year the problems had been resolved and an agree- 
ment acceptable to all parties was nearly ready for signature.* 

Broadly, the agreement allocates to each of the provinces of Ontario and 
Quebec, for their exclusive use in so far as power development is concerned, 
certain power sites on the Ottawa river. The sites assigned will enable each 
province to develop at locations well suited to their respective needs approxi- 
mately equal amounts of power from this great interprovincial river. 

The largest site to be allocated to Ontario is that at Des Joachims 
where, under a head of 135 feet, an initial development of about 300,000 
horsepower is practicable, with an ultimate installation of possibly 400,000 
horsepower. 

Increased Industrial Activity 

During 1942 the industrial cities of southwestern Ontario served by the 
Niagara system experienced a substantial increase in war industry loads. 
These increases, except in a few instances, were not due to service being given 
to new types of industries, but rather to an extension of faciUties serving 
industries already established. These included electro-chemical and electro- 
metallurgical industries, steel production facilities, aircraft assembly plants,, 
and plants manufacturing aircraft parts in many sections of the Province. 
Some increases were due to bringing into production facilities previously 
created for the manufacture of anti-aircraft and field artillery. 

The expansion of these facilities has had a stimulating effect on such 
allied activities as the production of coke, special forms of steel, non-ferrous 

*The Ottawa river power sites agreement was executed in January, 1943, and ratified by 
the Ontario Legislature in February. 



xii THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

alloys and other products. In one city served by the Niagara system six 
large electric arc furnaces for the production of steel were installed. 

Although the Georgian Bay system includes no large cities, there are 
many important war production plants, including shipbuilding yards and 
air force stations; there are also important training camps in the area served. 
One industry that has assumed Canada-wide importance is the manufacture 
of bronze propellers for the expanding shipbuilding programme. These are 
now being made in a city served by the Georgian Bay system. 

The completion of the Barrett Chute development placed the Eastern 
Ontario system in a satisfactory position with respect to power supplies. 
Unexpectedly large increases in the demands for power by industries in some 
localities and the starting up of new industries in other districts presented 
a number of urgent distribution problems, involving the speedy construction 
of line extensions and provision of additional capacity for lines and trans- 
former stations. These changes to meet war loads have all had to be carried 
out under the handicap of diminished supplies of material. This involved 
close co-operation with the Metals Controller of Canada. 

The important aluminum fabricating plant established some two years 
ago in an eastern Ontario city is turning out castings and extruded shapes in 
large volume. This plant is equipped with large electric annealing ovens. 
Another new industry in eastern Ontario is the production of magnesium 
from dolomite by electric furnace methods. Magnesium has become an 
important partner of aluminum in aircraft manufacture and Canada is now 
able to supply her own requirements and produces a sizeable surplus for 
export. 

The Thunder Bay system's war activities include the supply of power for 
shipbuilding and airplane construction. Improved stream flow enabled the 
Commission to increase the sale of secondary power to the pulp and paper 
industry. 

In connection with the Northern Ontario Properties, there was a net 
reduction in power demands as compared with the previous year. This was 
due in part to mines closing down on account of exhausted ore bodies, but 
chiefly to suspension or curtailment of operations due to war conditions. 
On the other hand, increased quantities of power were demanded for the 
production of nickel. 

Rural Construction 

In 1942 the Commission was unable to undertake large rural extensions 
due to the necessity of conserving construction material for war purposes. 
Some extensions were made to serve new houses in areas adjacent to war 
production centers, and of course service was given when required in con- 
nection with war industries in rural districts. The average power sold to 
rural consumers, including war industries in rural areas, increased during 
1942 by 6.5 per cent. This is a smaller increase than in recent years and is 
due not only to decreased construction, but to restriction in the use of power 
as ordered by the Dominion Power Controller, and to voluntary conservation 
by many consumers. 

Research 

The research work in the Commission laboratories was on a somewhat 
reduced scale owing to the transfer of several of the staff at the request of 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xiii 

the government for vital war research work elsewhere. The problems dealt 
with in the laboratories at Toronto have included the search for substitutes 
for scarce materials and the study of means for combating the deterioration 
of materials employed in electrical and other equipment. Several direct 
contributions to the war effort were made by co-operation with government 
departments, the armed services, and electrical manufacturers. Inspection 
of electrical material required by the Army and Navy has also formed part 
of the activities of the laboratories. 

Capital Investment 

The total capital investment of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario in power undertakings is $354,867,278.27 exclusive of government 
grants in respect of construction of rural power districts' lines ($19,085,198.62) ; 
and the investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other 
assets is $128,465,747.17, making in power undertakings a total investment 
of $483,333,025.44. 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective 
systems, districts and municipal undertakings, etc. : 

Niagara system (including Hamilton street railway) $241,291,812. 85 

Georgian Bay system 14,306,427.24 

Eastern Ontario system 31,432,967. 17 

Thunder Bay system 20,020,571.02 

Office and service buildings. 3,690,275.28 

Construction plant and inventories 3,955,518. 62 

Total capital investments in co-operative systems $314,697,572 . 18 

Northern Ontario Properties — Operated by H-E.P.C. on behalf of the Province 

of Ontario 39,968,679. 79 

Northern Ontario Properties— Construction plant and inventories 201,026.30 

Total Commission capital investments $354,867,278. 27 

Municipalities' distribution systems 102,086,459. 14 

Other assets of municipal Hydro utilities 26,379,288. 03 

Total $483,333,025.44 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electrical Utilities 

The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for depreciation, contingencies, stabilization of rates, sinking fund and insur- 
ance purposes, amount to $289,473,995.81, made up as follows: 

Niagara system (including Hamilton street railway) $125,698,318. 65 

Georgian Bay system 7,064,329.34 

Eastern Ontario system 14,661,141.54 

Thunder Bay system 10,032,708.44 

Office and sei-vice buildings and equipment 1,353,272. 57 

Total reserves in respect of co-operative systems' properties $158,809,770. 54 

Northern Ontario Properties 14,086,991.46 

Fire insurance reserve. , 106,688.28 

Miscellaneous reserves 439,125. 81 

Employers' liability insurance, and staff pension reserves 9,062,135. 14 

Total reserves of the Commission $182,504,711.23 

Total reserves and surplus of municipal electric utilities 106,969,284. 58 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $289,473,995.81 



xiv THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Financial Operating Results for 1942 

Revenues of the Commission continued to reflect the progressive adapta- 
tion of industry to war requirements. Power suppHed by the Commission 
to large industries served by it on behalf of the Niagara and other Southern 
Ontario systems yielded about $3,000,000 more revenue than in 1941. Dur- 
ing the early part of the year there was a substantial increase in the revenue 
from municipaUties and customers in rural power districts. 

In the last month of the fiscal year, however, the municipalities actually 
used less power than in the same month of the previous year. This resulted 
in some decrease of revenue for this month as compared with the same 
month last year. Altogether, the balance available for reserves is somewhat 
greater than in 1941. 

The revenues of the Northern Ontario Properties from gold mining con- 
sumers were less than in 1941 to an extent that was not fully offset by in- 
creased revenues from other sources. The Properties, however, were in a 
position to make adequate provision for reserves. 



Revenue of Commission 

The revenue of the Commission at interim rates from the municipal 
utilities operating under cost contracts, from customers in rural power dis- 
tricts and from other customers with whom — on behalf of the municipalities 
— the Commission has special contracts, all within the Niagara, Georgian 
Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems, aggregated $48,590,812.66. 
The revenue of the Commission from customers served by the Northern 
Ontario Properties, which are held and operated in trust for the Province, 
was $5,156,247.18, making a total of $53,747,059.84. 

Summarized operating results of these co-operative systems and rural 
power districts and of the Northern Ontario Properties, follow: 



SUMMARIZED OPERATING RESULTS 

OF THE 

NIAGARA, GEORGIAN BAY, EASTERN ONTARIO AND THUNDER BAY SYSTEMS 

Revenue: amount received from or billed against municipalities 

and other customers $43,244,318.65 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts 5,346,494.01 



Total revenue, systems and rural $48,590,812 . 66 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $32,364,624. 11 

Provision for reserves — 

Renewals $2,559,849 . 65 

Contingencies and obsolescence 7,386,166. 76 

Stabilization of rates 2,558,571 . 73 

Sinking fund 3,037,120.41 

15,541,708.55 

. 47,906,332.66 



Balance $ 684,480.00 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELi.. 



vlISSION 



XV 



SUMMARIZED OPERATING RESULTS 



OF THE 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
In trust for the Province of Ontario 

Revenue: amount received from or billed against municipalities and other cus- 
tomers $ 5,156,247 . 18 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $ 2,688,261 .30 

Provision for reserves — 

Renewals $ 338,292 . 43 

Contingencies and obsolescence 387,266.85 

Sinking fund 1,131,092 . 19 

$ 1,856,651.47 

— 4,544,912.77 

Balance $ 611,334.41 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS RESPECTING 
THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power purchased 

Operation, maintenance and administration 

Interest 

Provision for renewals 

Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 

Provision for stabilization of rates 

Sinking fund 

TOTAL COST OF POWER 

REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from, private customers under contract rates 

Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts .... 



1941 



$ c. 

7,780,692.51 
5,130,939.35 
10,136,550.91 
1,743,493.19 
5,303,314.71 
1,835,247.20 
2,335,878.57 



34,266,116.44 
34,813,827.49 



547,711.05 



1942 



$ c. 

9,651,968.72 
5,724,945.27 
10,619,781.74 
1,850,738.54 
6,382,630.48 
1,957,590.60 
2,404,449.96 



38,592,105.31 
39,167,849.65 



575,744.34 



XVI 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



COMPARATIVE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS RESPECTING / 

THE SYSTEMS OF THE COMMISSION 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 





1941 


1942 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power purchased 


$ c. 

151,543.77 
573,612.85 
543,010.44 
177,086.98 
222,236.76 
150,864.80 
131,321.22 


$ c. 
83,812.29 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


690,858.26 


Interest 


600,387.42 


Provision for renewals 


192,533.41 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 


239,104 86 


Provision for stabilization of rates 


117,695 40 


Sinking fund . . 


147,875 97 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


1,949.676.82 
1,964,178.19 


2 072 267 61 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under contract rates 


2,051,429.63 


Net balance credited (or charged) to municipalities under cost 
contracts . 


14,501.37 


(20,837.98) 





EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 






1941 


1942 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Power purchased 


$ c. 

1,113,892.68 
1,046,413.90 
1,083,655.65 
324,269.78 
349,889.12 
435,180.40 
260,226.79 


$ c. 
1,247,460.09 


Operation, maintenance and administration 


1,272,395 97 


Interest . 


1,123,980 52 


Provision for renewals . . . . . 


351,439 05 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 


468,847 64 


Provision for stabilization of rates 


346,051 50 


Sinking Fund 


286,511.33 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


4,613,528.32 
4.711,338.41 


5,096,686.10 


REA^ENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under contract rates 


5,196.082.88 


Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts 


97,810.09 


99,396.78 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 





1941 


1942 


Operating Expenses and Fixed Charges 

Operation, maintenance and administration 


$ c. 

335,698.19 
970,641.64 
164,722.38 
234,144.07 
180,053.97 
198,319.23 


$ c. 
370,312.93 


Interest 


978,720.90 


Provision for renewals 


165,138.65 


Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 


295,583.78 


Provision for stabilization of rates 


137,234.23 


Sinking fund 


198,283.15 






TOTAL COST OF POWER 


2,083,579.48 
2,106,746.30 


2,145.273.64 


REVENUE from municipalities at interim rates, from rural 
consumers and from private customers under contract rates 


2,175,450.50 


Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts 


23,166.82 


30.176.86 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 



Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summary of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts 
with the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $ 41,734,175.03 

Cost of power $26,038,381.60 

Operation, maintenance and administration 6,450,234.44 

Interest 959,236.66 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures 1 ,987,432 . 58 

Depreciation and other reserves 3,512,875.82 

Total 38,948,161.10 

Surplus $ 2,786,013.93 

With regard to the local Hydro utilities operating under cost contracts, 
the following statements summarize for each of the four co-operative systems 
administered by the Commission, the financial status and the year's opera- 
tions as detailed in Section X of the Report. 

Niagara System 

The total plant assets of the Niagara system utihties amount to 
$84,899,411.27. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$49,494,317.80, aggregate $155,402,862.12. The reserves and surplus ac- 
cumulated in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in 
the H-E.P.C, amount to $87,160,135.69, an increase of $5,814,348.28 during 
the year 1942. The percentage of net debt to total assets is 12.7 a reduction 
of 2.7 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this 
system was $34,595,805.87, an increase of $1,547,182.01 as compared with 
the previous year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, in- 
cluding interest setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to 
$2,374,355.22 and providing $1,854,058.37 for the retirement of instalment 
and sinking fund debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the 
municipal electric utihties served by the Niagara system amounted to $2,386,- 
199.16 as compared with $2,053,468.26 the previous year. 

Georgian Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Georgian Bay system utilities amount to 
$3,127,888.72. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$1,847,051.18, aggregate $5,523,041.57. The reserves and surplus accumu- 
lated in connection with the local utihties, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $3,393,981.96, an increase of $143,882.23 during the year 1942. 
The percentage of the net debt to total assets is 7.7, a reduction of 2.2 
per cent. 



xviii THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,477,673.87, an increase of $49,773.46 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $103,059.89 and 
providing $35,957.25 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric 
utihties served by the Georgian Bay system amounted to $16,037.59, as 
compared with a loss of $6,372.94 the previous year. 

Eastern Ontario System 

The total plant assets of the Eastern Ontario system utilities amount 
to $9,905,923.39. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$2,726,778.32, aggregate $16,084,574.10. The reserves and surplus accumu- 
lated in connection with the local utihties, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, . 
amount to $11,665,238.04, an increase of $779,455.23 during the year 1942. 
The percentage of net debt to total assets is 7.1, a reduction of 1.7 per cent. 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this 
system was $4,585,556.23, an increase of $170,966.67 as compared with the 
previous year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including 
interest, setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $282,- 
688.00 and providing $91,198.43 for the retirement of instalment and 
sinking fund debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal 
electric utilities served by the Eastern Ontario system amounted to $272,- 
528.69 as compared with $340,619.93 the previous year. 

Thunder Bay System 

The total plant assets of the Thunder Bay system utilities amount to 
$2,718,422.93. The total assets, including an equity in the H-E.P.C. of 
$3,012,344.47, aggregate $6,696,647.33. The reserves and surplus acculu- 
lated in connection with the local utilities, exclusive of the equity in H-E.P.C, 
amount to $3,327,783.80, a decrease of $58,516.12 during the year 1942. 
The percentage of net debt to total assets is 7.1, a reduction of 3.9 per cent. , 

The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system 
was $1,075,139.06, a decrease of $357,021.36 as compared with the previous 
year. After meeting all expenses in respect of operation, including interest, 
setting up the standard depreciation reserve amounting to $55,193.48 and 
providing $6,218.53 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund deben- 
tures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Thunder Bay system amounted to $111,248.49, as compared 
with $8,250.82 for the previous year. 

The decrease in revenue of the local utilities of the Thunder Bay system 
in 1942 is due to the fact that in this year the Commission took over as 
system loads, the loads of the paper mills formerly served by the Port 
Arthur Public Utilities Commission. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 



In these strenuous war years the Commission is reaping the benefit of 
the sound poHcies followed in the past. The practice of adhering to rigid 
specifications calling for a high standard of construction and equipment in 
its generating stations and transmission and distribution networks has en- 
sured a physical plant remarkably free from major breakdowns and minor 
troubles. In wartime this provides a margin of safety which gives depend- 
able service under greatly increased loads. 

The freedom given the Commission from the very beginning to decide 
the internal form of its organization and to appoint its employees, has enabled 
it to build up a technical staff of high calibre and to secure a continuity of 
technical administration essential to trouble-free operation. 

The Hydro enterprise as a whole enjoys many of the advantages which 
come from centralized control combined with local independence and freedom 
of action. During the past year there have been the customary opportunities 
for personal contacts and interchange of views between the Commission and 
the officials of the municipal Hydro utilities, and the most cordial co-opera- 
tive spirit has prevailed. My colleagues, Hon. William L. Houck and Mr. 
J. Albert Smith, join me in this acknowledgment of the support given by 
the local bodies, by the general public and by the Press of the Province 
throughout the third year of war. 

Up to the end of 1942 more than 800 employees of the Commission left 
to join the armed forces. In meeting the situation, the Commission has 
been assisted by the employment of a large number of women and girls, and 
by the loyal co-operation of the remaining employees in undertaking further 
responsibilities. 

Again I am able to record that all demands for Hydro power for war 
industries have been met. Conservation and economy in the less essential 
uses must, however, continue to be our watchword. With these assured, 
Hydro power will stand firmly behind the very important contribution 
Ontario is making to Canada's war effort. 

Respectfully submitted, 
T. H. Hogg, 

Chairman 



XX THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



Toronto, Ontario, March 31, 1943. 

T. H. Hogg, Esq., B.A.Sc, C.E., D.Eng., 

Chairman^ The Hydro- Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

TorontOy Ontario. 

Sir: 

I have the honour to submit, herewith, the Thirty-Fifth Annual Report 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
which ended October 31, 1942. This report covers the operations of the 
Commission with regard to the supply of power to, or on behalf of, the part- 
ner Municipalities of the several Co-operative Systems, as well as the ad- 
ministration of the Northern Ontario Properties, which are held and operated 
by the Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario. 

I have the honour to be. Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

Osborne Mitchell, 
Secretary 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 



CONTENTS 

SECTION PAGE 

Foreword and Guide to the Report ----------- xxv 

I. Legal ---------------- i 

Right-of-way and Property ------------ 2 

1 1 . Operation of the Systems : 

General --------------- 4 

Niagara system -------------- 5 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 15 

Eastern Ontario system ------------19 

Thunder Bay system ------------ 23 

Northern Ontario Properties ----------24 

III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system --__-_------- 30 

Georgian Bay system -------------33 

Eastern Ontario system -__------_- 34 

Thunder Bay system -------------35 

Northern Ontario Properties ---------- 36 

IV. Rural Electrical Service --------- - - _ 37 

Table of Rural Rates ------------ 46 

V. Promotional and War Services -----------52 

VI. Hydraulic Engineering AND Construction: 

General --------------- 55 

Niagara system --------------55 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 59 

Eastern Ontario system ------------61 

Northern Ontario Properties ---------- 65 

VII. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

General ---------------- 66 

Niagara system _-_____-_-_--- 67 

Georgian Bay sy.stem -------------69 

Eastern Ontario system _--__------ 70 

Northern Ontario Properties -____--_-- 7I 

Tabulation of Transformer Changes -------- 71 

Total Mileage Transmission Lines (Table) --------73 

Transmission Line Changes and Additions ------- 74 

Telephone Lines — All systems ----------78 

Distribution Lines and systems ---------- 79 



xxii THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

SECTION PAGE 

VIII. Testing, Research, Inspection, Production and Service ----- 80„ 
Electrical Inspection __-__-__-___ 

IX. Financial Statements Relating to Properties Operated by the Commission: 

Explanatory Statement _-------_-_ gj^j 

Co-operative Systems and Properties: 

Balance Sheet -------------- gg 

Statement of operations and cost of power ------- loo 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet --------102 

Statements for Municipalities Receiving Power under Cost Contracts: 
Niagara system ------------- ng 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 142 

Eastern Ontario system _____-__-_- 152 

Thunder Bay system -------------162 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Balance sheet -------------- I66 

Operating account ------------- I68 

Schedules supporting the balance sheet ------- 170 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company -___---- 173 

X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement ----------- 177 

Consolidated balance sheet -----------180 

Consolidated OPERATING report - --------- 187 

Statement A — Balance sheets _---_---_- 194 
Statement B — Detailed operating reports ------- 246 

Statement C — Respecting street lights --------298 

Statement D— Comparative revenue, consumption, number of con- 
sumers, average monthly bill, net cost per kilowatt-hour, etc. - 300 
Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

for domestic, commercial lighting and power service - - - - 318 

Appendix I Acts- ----____------- 336 

Index -------------------359 



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1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Control Section of Bark Lake Dam, Madawaska River ----- Frontispiece 

Advertisements Used in Conservation Programme -------- 53 

DeCew Falls Excavation for Generating Station --------57 

Ogoki Diversion Project: 

WaBOOSE dam and construction camp -__---_-- 58 

New bridge over Little Jackfish river ----------59 

Barrett Chute Development, Madawaska River : 

Power canal before admission of water --------- 62 

Control sluices at entrance to power canal --------63 

General view of power house -_-____---_ 63 

jl Bark Lake Dam, Madawasca River : 

' Dam under construction ------------- 64 

Upstream face of completed dam ----------- 65 

I High-Voltage Transmission Lines: 

Double-circuit, 110,000-volt steel-tower line --------67 

Double-circuit, 220,000-volt steel-tower line -------- 67 

Single-circuit, 110,000-volt wood-pole line ---------69 

Barrett Chute Development, Madawaska River: 

Generating station and switch structures from upper road - - - - 70 

II 

'Radiographic Examination OF Materials— X-Ray Tube Assembly - - - - - 85 

jShear Strength of Soils— Pneumatic Testing Machine ------- 86 

p 

Permeability of Soils— Two Permeameters for Measuring Seepage Capacity - - 87 



xxiv THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

Thirty Years Record — Capital investment and reserves, all systems - - - xxvii 
Thirty Years Record — Provincial advances and funded debt ----- xxix 

Thirty Years Record — Power resources and loads, Niagara system _ - _ - xxxi 
Thirty Years Record — Assets and liabilities of "Hydro" utilities - - - - xxxii 

Thirty Years Record — Revenues of "Hydro" utilities ------ -xxxiii 

All Systems Combined — Peak loads, 1930 to 1942 -------- 5 

Niagara System— Peak loads, 1910 to 1942 ---------- 9 

Georgian Bay System— Peak loads, 1920 to 1942 __--_--- I6 
Eastern Ontario System— Peak loads, 1920 to 1942 --------19 

Thunder Bay System— Peak loads, 1920 to 1942 -------- 23 

Northern Ontario Properties: 

Abitibi District — Peak loads, 1931 to 1942 ---------25 

Sudbury District— Peak loads, 1930 to 1942 -------- 26 

NiPissiNG District— Peak loads, 1920 to 1942 --------27 

Patricia District— Peak loads, 1930 to 1942 -------- 28 

Rural Povter Districts: 

Mileage of primary lines approved, 1921 to 1942 --------38 

Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1942 ---------- 39 

Big Eddy Development — Muskoka River ----------60 

Barrett Chute Development — Madawaska River -------- 61 

Cost of Electrical Service in Municipalities served by The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission ---------------301 



MAPS 

Transmission Lines and Stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario -------------- At end of volume 

Transmission Lines and Stations of the Northern Ontario Properties At end of volume 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxv 

THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 
OF 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 

and 

Guide to the Report 

THE Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario administers a co- 
operative municipal-ownership enterprise, supplying power throughout 
the Province of Ontario. The Commission was created in 1906 by special 
act of the Legislature and followed investigations by advisory commissions 
appointed as a result of public agitation to conserve the water powers of 
Ontario as a valuable asset of the people and to provide a more satisfactory 
supply of low-cost power in southern Ontario. In 1907 the Power Com- 
mission Act (7-Edward VII Ch. 19) was passed amplifying and extending 
the Act of 1906, and this Act- — modified by numerous amending acts which 
now form part of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1937, Chap. 62, and 
subsequent amending Acts — constitutes the authority under which the Com- 
mission operates. 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario consists of a Chairman 
and two Commissioners, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant- 
Govemor-in-Council to hold office during pleasure. One of the Commission- 
ers must be a member of the Excutive Council and two may be members. 

In 1909, work was commenced on a comprehensive transmission system 
and by the end of 1910 power was being supplied to several municipalities. 

The Commission has now been supplying electrical energy for more than 
thirty-two years and the Report contains diagrams depicting the growth of 
the enterprise. During this period the costs of electricity to the consumer 
have been substantially reduced and the finances of the enterprise have been 
established on a secure foundation. 

At the end of 1942 the Commission was serving 902 municipalities in 
Ontario. This number included 26 cities, 105 towns, 304 villages and poHce 
villages and 467 townships. With the exception of 14 suburban sections of 
townships known as 'Voted areas", the townships and 121 of the smaller 
villages are served as parts of 120 rural power districts. 

Financial Features of Co-operative Systems 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the undertaking 
is, that electrical service be given by the Commission to the municipalities 
and by the municipalities to the ultimate consumers at cost. Cost includes 
not only all operating and maintenance charges, interest on capital investment 
and reserve for renewals or depreciation, for obsolescence and contingencies, 
and for stablization of rates, but also a reserve for sinking fund or capital 
payments on debentures. 



xxvi THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The undertaking from its inception has been entirely self-supporting and 
no contributions have been made from general taxes except in connection with 
service in rural power districts. In this case, the Province, in pursuance of 
its long established policy of assisting agriculture and with the approval of the 
urban citizens, assists extension of rural electrical service by a grant-in-aid of 
the capital cost and in other ways as specified and detailed in the Report. 

As the principle of "service at cost" is radically different from that ob- 
taining in private organizations, where profit is the governing feature, it 
naturally results in different and in some ways unique administrative features. 

The undertaking as a whole involves two distinct phases of operations as 
follows: 

The First phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — 
either by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and 
delivery in wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large in- 
dustrial consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations 
is performed by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee 
for the municipalities acting collectively in groups or "systems", and the 
financial statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities 
are presented in Section IX of the Report. Each system of municipalities, as 
provided in The Power Commission Act, forms an independent financial unit 
and the accounts are therefore segregated and separately presented for each 
system. In order, however, that there may be a comprehensive presentation 
of the co-operative activities of the undertaking as a whole, there are pre- 
sented, in addition, for the four main systems and miscellaneous co-operative 
activities, a balance sheet of assets and habilities, a statement of cost distri- 
butions, a tabulation of fixed assets, and summary combined statements 
respecting the various reserves. 

The Second phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various 
municipal utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts 
which usually embrace portions of more than one township. The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, but also 
— on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical and 
financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail to the 
consumers within the rural power districts. Summary financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in Section IX of the 
Report, and a general report on their operation is given in Section IV. 

In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distributuon of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility j 
commissions under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric Power \ 
Commission of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical t 
data relating to the individual urban electrical utilities are presented in Section 
X of the Report. . . 

For the Northern Ontario Properties held and operated by the Commis- j 
sion in trust for the Province there are also presented in Section IX financial 
statements including a balance sheet, an operating account, and statements 
respecting reserves and capital expenditures. ! 



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Further details respecting administration and explanations of the finan- 
cial tables presented in the Report are given in the introductions to sections 
IX and X on pages 91 and 177. 

Co-operative Systems Operating 

From time to time in accordance with provisions in The Power Commission 
A ct various groiips of municipalities have been co-ordinated to form systems 
for the purpose of obtaining power supplies from convenient sources. In some 
cases these small systems grew until their transmission lines interlocked with 
those of adjacent systems and it proved beneficial to consolidate the trans- 
mission networks and the financial and administrative features. In the well 
settled parts of the Province, known as Old Ontario, this process has now 
reached a more stable condition and the municipalities of the southern part 
of the Province are now combined in three systems: the Niagara system, the 
Georgian Bay system and the Eastern Ontario system. One other system 
of partnership municipalities is known as the Thunder Bay system. 

- The Niagara System is the largest and most important system. It em- 
braces municipalities in all the territory between Niagara Falls, Hamilton and 
Toronto on the east and Winsdor, Samia and Goderich on the west. It is 
served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river, supple- 
mented with power transmitted from generating plants on the Ottawa river 
and with power purchased from Quebec companies. 

The Georgian Bay System comprises municipalities in that part of the 
Province which surrounds the southern end of Georgian Bay and lies to the 
north of the territory served by the Niagara system. It includes the districts 
surrounding lake Simcoe and extends as far north as Huntsville in the Lake of 
Bays district and south to Port Perry. Its power supplies are derived chiefly 
from local water power developments. 

The Eastern Ontario System serves all of Ontario east of the areas com- 
prising the Georgian Bay and the Niagara systems. In includes the districts 
of Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska; formerly 
separate systems. Its power supplies are from local developments supple- 
mented by purchases from other sources. 

The Thunder Bay System comprises the cities of Port Arthur and Fort 
William, adjacent rural sections, the village of Nipigon, and the mining district 
of Longlac. Two developments on the Nipigon river supply power. 

Northern Ontario Properties 

In addition to its operations on behalf of the partner municipalities, the 
Commission, under an agreement with the Province, holds and operates the 
Northern Ontario Properties in trust for the Province. For the purposes of 
financial administration these properties are treated as one unit. The 
Northern Ontario Properties lie in the portion of the Province north of lake 
Nipissing and French River areas, exclusive of the territory served by the 
Thunder Bay system. The principal areas in this vast territory at present 
receiving service are the Abitibi District comprising the territory served by 
25-cycle power from the Abitibi Canyon development, together with a 
small area in the southern portion of the district of Sudbury in which mining 



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properties are served with 60-cycle power; the Sudbury District comprising 
the city of Sudbury and the adjoining mining area known as Sudbury Basin; 
the Nipissing District centering around the city of North Bay on the shore of 
lake Nipissing; and the Patricia District comprising the territory within 
transmission distance of the Ear Falls development at the outlet of lac Seul 
on the English river including the Red Lake mining area, and the territory 
immediately north of lake St. Joseph in the territorial district of Patricia 
served with power from a development at Rat Rapids on the Albany river. 
Included in the Northern Ontario Properties are rural power districts on 
Manitoulin island, and others adjacent to the communities served in the 
various districts of northern Ontario. 

The geographic boundaries of the various systems and districts are shown 
on the maps of transmission lines and stations at the back of the Report. 

The power supplies for the systems and northern Ontario districts are 
listed in the first table of Section II of the Report on pages 6 and 7. 

The Annual Report 

The table of contents, pages xxi and xxii lists the matters dealt with in 
the Report. At the end of the Report there is a comprehensive index. To 
those not conversant with the Commission's Reports, the following notes will 
be useful. 

In Section II, pages 4 to 29, dealing with the operations of the systems, 
are a number of diagrams showing graphically the monthly loads on the 
several systems and districts. Tables are also presented showing the amounts 
of power taken by the various municipalities during the past two years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
mterest and special reference to this is made in Section IV on pages 37 to 51. 

In Sections VI and VII will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About one-half of the Report is devoted to financial and other statistical 
data which are presented in two sections IX and X already referred to above. 

Frequent enquiries for the rates for service to consumers are received 
by the Commission. For the urban municipalities served by the Commission 
these are given in Statement ''E" starting on page 320. For the rural power 
districts they are given in a table starting on page 46. Certain statistical 
data resulting from the application of the rates in urban utilities are given 
in Statement "D". This statement is prefaced by a special introduction 
starting on page 300. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its adminis- 
tration. Explanatory statements are suitably placed throughout the Report. 
The Commission receives many letters asking for general information respect- 
ing its activities, as well as requests for specific information concerning certain 
phases of its operations. In most cases the enquiries can satisfactorily be 
answered by simply directing attention to information presented in the Annual 
Report. 



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1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XXXI 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



THIRTY YEARS RECORD NIAGARA SYSTEM 



Horsepower 
1.800,000 — 



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25 CYCLES 



1.600,000- 



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— 1,800,000 

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THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



The Hydro-Electric Power Commission Of Ontario 


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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XXXIU 



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HYDRO UTILITIES OF CO-OPERATING URBAN MUNICIPALITIES 

THIRTY YEARS REVENUES 


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1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 



AT the 1942 Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario 
one Act respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
was passed. The said Act is reproduced in full in Appendix I of this 
Report. The short title of the Act is as follows: 

The Steep Rock Iron Ore Development Act, 1942, Chapter 35. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario and municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder 
given were approved by Orders-in-Council. 



CO-OPERATIVE SYSTEMS 

Town 
Grimsby April 2, 1942 

Corporations 

British American Oil Co. Ltd Aug. 4, 1942 

Building Products Ltd Aug. 1, 1941 

Canadian Bridge Engineering Co. Ltd., Canadian Steel Corporation Ltd., and 

Canadian Bridge Co. Ltd Sept. 28, 1942 

Canadian Gypsum Co. Ltd Jan. 1, 1942 

Canadian Industries Ltd Nov. 26, 1941 

Central Aircraft Ltd July 3, 1942 

Defence Industries Ltd May 22, 1942 

Dominion Foundries and Steel Co. Ltd Aug. 4, 1942 

Dominion Magnesium Ltd June 30, 1942 

Gilman, Reginald Trevor Aug. 4, 1942 

His Majesty The King, represented by The Minister of National Defence for Air. . Feb. 3, 1942 

National Harbours Board Mar. 2, 1942 

National Harbours Board Dec. 10, 1942 

Reliance Fluorspar Mining Syndicate Ltd Aug. 4, 1942 

St. Mary's Cement Co. Ltd May 11, 1942 

Strathcona Paper Co. Ltd ; July 15, 1942 

Sudbury-Copper Cliff Suburban Electric Railway July 1, 1942 

Tombill Gold Mines Ltd '. .Mar. 18, 1942 

William Kennedy & Sons Ltd May 18, 1942 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Canadian National Railway Company Aug. 22, 1942 

Ontario Nickel Corporation Limited April 20, 1942 

1— H.E. 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



RIGHT-OF-WAY AND PROPERTY 



THE works of the Commission associated with the prosecution of the War 
necessitated further large expansion of property purchases, easement 
rights, and settlement of claims. 

Niagara System 

The purchase of easement rights and the acquisition of fee of right-of- 
way required for the recently completed 220,000- volt transmission line from 
Beaudet near the Ontario-Quebec boundary to Burlington were largely com- 
pleted; few claims remain unsettled. 

The acquisition of property to provide complete ownership and control 
of both sides of the Welland river from Hog island to Montrose was con- 
tinued for National Defence purposes. All buildings and structures were 
removed and disposed of by sale or otherwise, leaving the area cleared for 
protection of the waterway to the Queenston plant. Sufficient right-of-way 
was acquired within the city limits of Welland to assure a permanent entrance 
unaffected by municipal development, for transmission lines to Crowland 
transformer station and Atlas Steels. 

The enlargement of the DeCew Falls development required the purchase 
of many properties on the storage basin, and along Twelve Mile creek ex- 
tending from the tail-race through St. Catharines to Port Dalhousie. In 
Older to widen the old Welland Canal, now to be utilized as a waterway foi 
the new development, it was necessary to divert a street in St. Catharines 
with all its associated services, and to acquire and remove a number ol 
dwellings. In Port Dalhousie, several houses were acquired for a similai 
purpose. 

A large number of private settlements have been effected with respect 
to properties along the entire channel. The enlarged channel will improve 
the scenic value of the adjoining land. 

Easement rights, and purchase of a right-of-way were completed ir 
Grantham township and St. Catharines for the line entering the new McKin- 
non transformer station. 

The process of renewing original system easement rights which hac 
expired in 1939 was continued, and a number of purchases were made 
Properties have been acquired to enlarge the Commission owned right-of- 
way from Hurontario street, Cooksville, to Toronto. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 3 

Georgian Bay System 

There were no major developments in the Georgian Bay system affecting 
privately owned properties although a number of miscellaneous settlements 
were made for the extension of existing lines. 

Eastern Ontario System 

As a necessary adjunct to the completion of the proposed agreement 
between the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec respecting the Ottawa river, 
a detail survey and valuation of all properties which would be affected by 
a power development at the Carillon site was undertaken, and at the close 
of the fiscal year was well under way. 

The acquisition of easement rights and the purchase of properties for the 
transmission line from Ranney Falls to Peterborough were completed. 

Easement rights were acquired from Bryson, Province of Quebec, for 
\ the transmission line supplying the new Magnesium plant close to Haley 
i station, near Renfrew in the township of Ross. 

Construction of the Barrett Chute plant on the Madawaska river re- 
quired the settlement of claims involving a large number of properties 
along the river. At Bark lake it was necessary to purchase a number 
of summer residences affected by the proposed raising of water level. In 
Madawaska village the new water level to be maintained also required the 
purchase and removal of a number of dwellings. The entire town site 
vested in the Canadian National Railways was acquired; three churches, 
two schools, several public buildings, and a large number of residences were 
removed and relocated. 

It was necessary to relocate and construct provincial highway number 
60 for several miles, including that portion within the village of Madawaska. 

General 

As in the past the study of the assessment on lands held by the Commis- 
sion was continued and where possible further revisions to conform to the 
Power Commission Act were arranged. An unusually active year has been 
completed by the survey section in surveys required for the demarkation of 
the Commission's properties, and to provide necessary information required 
by the engineering departments. 

Purchases in the recent past have greatly increased the number of pro- 
perties owned by the Commission. To secure a satisfactory revenue any 
buildings incidentally acquired have been conditioned to the usual standard 
maintained by the Commission. 

A large number of miscellaneous transformer station sites, easements 
and other rights have been acquired in all sections of the Province, to care 
for the constantly expanding activities of the Commission. 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



DURING the Commission's year which ended on October 31, 1942, there 
were no major failures of equipment and practically no trouble from ice 
conditions at any of the generating stations. All transformer stations and 
transmission lines functioned reliably and satisfactorily, with only minor 
disturbances due to wind, sleet and electrical storms. 

Good water conditions existed until after the spring run-off, but due to 
subnormal precipitation in some areas, river flow conditions, especially on the 
Ottawa river, receded to very low levels by late summer. By the end of the 
fiscal year, fall rains had somewhat improved river flows, and satisfactory 

levels were being maintained at all storage reservoirs. 

i 

i 

Load Conditions, November 1, 1941, to October 31, 1942* 

In the winter of 1941-2 the aggregate peak load supplied by the Com- 
mission reached 2,349,824 horsepower. The aggregate primary peak loac 
for all systems and the Northern Ontario Properties was 2,202,612 horse- 
power in December. This was the highest primary peak load recorded anc 
was 18.1 per cent greater than the corresponding peak of 1,864,487 horse 
power of the previous winter. 

In every month primary peak loads exceeded those of the corresponding! 
months of the previous year. During the first 10 months of the fiscal yea: 
the monthly increase averaged 19 per cent. Part of this increase in priman 
use resulted from the conversion of a block of some 110,000 horsepower fron 
secondary to primary classification during the year. In October, 1942, th< 
increase dropped to 3.3 per cent, reflecting the effect of mandatory restric 
lions and the appeal for voluntary curtailment made in September. 

The total energy output during the year was 11,674,049,281 kilowatti 
hours, exceeding all previous records and being 11.5 per cent above the pre 
ceding year. Energy output for primary power purposes also reached recon 
levels, rising from 8,905,010,142 kilowatt-hours in the previous year t« 
10,689,922,448 kilowatt-hours, an increase of 20 per cent. 



* Consult also Chairman's Introduction, page vi. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 5 

All of the year's growth occurred in Southern Ontario on the Niagara, 
Eastern Ontario and Georgian Bay systems where nearly all of the war pro- 
duction plants of the Province are situated. In the areas served by the 
Northern Ontario Properties, the average output for primary power pur- 
poses showed a shrinkage compared with the previous year of 6.3 per cent. 
This was due chiefly to curtailment of gold mining activities throughout the 
year. 

Details regarding the peak loads of each of the co-operative systems and 
of the several districts of the Northern Ontario Properties are given in the 
load curves in this section of the report. 



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NIAGARA SYSTEM 



During the first ten months of the fiscal year before mandatory restric- 
tions and reductions in load resulting from voluntary savings and other 
causes, the monthly primary peak demands of the Niagara system averaged 
24 per cent higher than in the previous year. In October the increase was 
only 6.3 per cent, a substantial saving. 

The total energy output on the Niagara system for primary and secon- 
dary power rose to new heights, being 12.2 per cent greater than in the 



^HIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No.; 



TOTAL POWER GENERATI 
HYDROELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 



Generating plants 



Niagara system 

Queen ston-Chippawa^ — Niagara river 

"Ontario Power"- — Niagara river 

"Toronto Power"- — Niagara river 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) — Ottawa river . 

DeCew Falls — Welland canal 

Georgian Bay system 

South Falls — South Muskoka river 

Hanna Chute — South Muskoka river 

Trethewey Falls — South Muskoka river.. . 

Ragged RapidS' — Musquash river 

Big Eddy^ — Musquash river 

Bala No. 1 and No. 2 — Musquash river.. . 

Big Chute — Severn river 

Wasdells Falls — Severn river 

Eugenia Falls- — Beaver river 

Hanover— Saugeen river 

Walkerton- — Saugeen river 

Eastern Ontario system 

Sidney^ — Dam No. 2- — Trent river 

Frankford^ — Dam No. 5 — Trent river 

Sills Island — Dam No. 6 — Trent river. . . . 
Meyersburg — Dam No. 8- — Trent river . . . 
Hague's Reach — Dam No. 9- — Trent river 
Ranney Falls — Dam No. 10 — Trent river. 
Seymour— Dam. No. 11— Trent river. . . . 
Heely Falls — Dam No. 14- — Trent river. . . 

Auburn- — Dam No. 18- — Trent river 

Douro — Lock No. 24- — Otonabee river. . . . 

Lakefield^Otonabee river 

Young's Point — Otonabee river 

Fenelon Falls-Dam No. 30-Sturgeon river 

High Falls — Mississippi river 

Carleton Place — Mississippi river 

Galetta- — Mississippi river 

Calabogie — Madawaska river 

Barrett Chute- — Madawaska river 

Thunder Bay system 

Cameron Falls — Nipigon river 

Alexander- — Nipigon river 

Northern Ontario Properties 
Abitibi district: 

Abitibi Canyon — Abitibi river 

Sudbury district: 

Coniston- — Wanapitei river 

McVittie — Wanapitei river 

Stinson — Wanapitei river 

Crystal Falls- — Sturgeon river 

Nipissing district: 

Nipissing- — South river 

Bingham Chute — South river 

Elliott Chute— South river 

Patricia district: 

Ear Falls^ — English river 

Rat Rapids — Albany river 



Maximum 
normal plant 

capacity 
Oct. 31, 1942 

horsepower 



500,000 
180,000 
150,000 
108,000 
50,000 

5,600 

1,600 

2,300 

10,000 

9,500 

600 

5,800 

1,200 

7,800 

400 

500 

4,500 
3,500 
2,100 
7,000 
4,500 

11,500 
4,200 

15,300 

2,400 

900 

2,300 

500 

1,000 

3,000 

400 

1,100 

6,000 

54,000 

73,500 
50,000 



240,000 

5,900 

3,100 

7,500 

10,000 

2,100 
1,200 
1,700 

15,000 
1,800 



Peak load 
during fiscal year 



1940-41 
horse- 
power 



471,850 
181,635 
137,399 
113,941 
50,000 

5,697 

1,743 

2,279 

10,657 

5,898 

536 

5,845 

1,180 

7,668 

416 

509 

5,127 
3,961 
1,287 
7,741 
5,094 

11,970 
4,424 

15,985 

2,882 

r,052 

2,413 

590 

891 

3,385 

335 

1,193 

6,434 



71,381 
52,145 



230,965 

5,697 

3,083 

7,560 

10,121 

2,172 
1,294 
1,903 

16,086 
3,485 



1941-42 
horse- 
power 



505,362 
182,306 
147,185 
112,601 
50,938 

5,697 

1,743 

2,346 

10,255 

10,590 

570 

5,791 

1,153 

7,614 

395 

489 

5,121 

4,243 

2,232 

7,741 

4,899 

12,038 

4,651 

16,086 

2,735 

958 

2,534 

617 

878 

3,385 

563 

1,200 

(%434 

53,284 

76,407 
52,815 



233,378 

5,831 

3,083 

7,641 

10,389 

2,172 
1,287 
1,857 

13,270 
2,084 



Total output 
during fiscal year 



1940-41 
kilowatt- 
hours 



2,657,492,000 

1,054,829,000 

504,741,000 

451,426,150 

196,354,000 

29,068,080 
8,755,200 

11,056,800 

40,602,400 
1,022,880 
2,509,600 

28,622,400 
4,560,480 

19,889,800 
1,498,272 
2,247,900 

22,619,100 
16,900,700 

6,663,280 
36,698,570 
21,240,540 
54,918,380 
19,727,040 
72,473,200 
11,299,080 
422,400 
10,367,090 

. 422,300 

3,714,800 

10,879,200 

90,410 

2,784,000 
23,404,330 



287,168,000 
236,834,400 



1,115,701,300 

20,083,050 
17,781,050 
16,590,000 
39,287,696 

7,134,440 
4,286,240 
3,448,000 

76,731,660 
13,788,380 



Total generated 1,569,300 



7,168,134,598 



^Because the peak loads on the various generating plants and purchased power sources usually O'^- 
at difi"erent times, the sum of the individual peak loads would not represent the sum of the peak load '" 
the systems. These, in the case of each system, must relate to the maximum load occurring at any i' 
time. Consequently, the columns headed "Peak load" are not totalled. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



AND PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 

POWER PURCHASED 



Power source 



Contract 

amount 

horsepower 

Oct. 31, 1942 



Total purchased 



1940-41 
kilowatt-hours 



1941-42 
kilowatt-hours 



Canadian Niagara Power Co 

Department of Transport (Welland Ship Canal) . 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25 cycle 

Ottawa Valley Power Co 

Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Co 

MacLaren-Quebec Power Co.' — "Main contract". 
MacLaren-Quebec Power Co.^ — "War power". . . . 
Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery at 110 kv. 
Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery at 11 kv. . 
Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle delivery at Tread- 
well 

M. F. Beach Estate 

Rideau Power Co 

Campbellford Water and Light Commission 

Manitoulin Pulp Co 

Huronian Co 

Pembroke Electric Light Co. Ltd 

Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission 

Gananoque Light, Heat and Power Co 

Abitibi Power and Paper Co 

Kaministiquia Power Co 



20,000 

4,950 

260,000 

108,000 

250,000 

125,000 

57,500 

60,000 

20,000 

600 
500 
400 
800 
800 
150 
1,000 
No Contract 



Total purchased 



909,700 



95,200,600 

970,200 

,190,324,700 

451,426,150 

778,780,000 

409,275,200 

274,820,000 
72,003,600 

462,560 

2,266,000 

1,883,500 

5,174,800 

1,018,000 

397,800 

2,297,370 

896,600 

352,660 

780,800 

9,776,480 



98,711,400 

21,339,800 

1,192,020,960 

433,687,150 

1,056,960,000 

813,009,000 

312,227,840 
72,435,600 

664,800 
3,161,890 
1,907,200 
4,675,900 
1,314,400 

455,200 
2,496,980 
1,498,600 

531,640 

2,420,032 

25,380,300 



3,298,107,020 



4,044,898,692 



Power purchased, contract amount, 1942 
Maximum normal plant capacity, 1942. . 



909,700 horsepower 
1,569,300 



Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1942 2,479,000 

Total available capacity generated and purchased, 1941 2,364,981 



Difference (increase) 114,019 

Total energy purchased, 1942 4,044,898,692 kilowatt-hours 

Total energy generated, 1942 7,629,150,589 " 



Total energy generated and purchased, 1942 . .- 11,674,049,281 

Total energy generated and purchased, 1941 10,466,241,618 



Difference (increase) 1,207,807,663 



CAUTION: The figures for "Maximum normal plant capacity" reflect the capacity of the 
various plants under the most favourable operating conditions which can reasonably be con- 
sidered as normal, taking into consideration turbine capacity as well as generator capacity, and 
also the net operating head and available water supply. 

Owing, among other things, to changes in generating equipment due to wear and tear or the 
replacernent of parts, also to changes in limitations governing water levels and effective net heads, 
the maximum normal plant capacity is not a fixed quantity but is one which must be revised 
from time to time. 



It is particularly important to bear in mind that the column headed "Maximum normal 
plant capacity" cannot be taken as an indication of the dependable capacity of the various plants: 
m some cases it is, but in many cases it is not. Chief among the factors which govern the maximum 
^^P^^dable capacity of an hydraulic power plant and which are not reflected in column headed 
Maximum normal plant capacity" are abnormal variations in water supply and operating 
limitations encountered when plants are so situated on a given stream as to be affected by one 
another. 



8 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

previous year. The output of energy classed as primary was about 93 per 
cent of the total energy and exceeded the corresponding output in the previous 
year by 27.4 per cent. The high percentage increase, both in primary peak 
loads and in energy output for primary power purposes resulted in part from 
the conversion of a block of some 110,000 horsepower from secondary to 
primary classification, as noted above in connection with the total load 
of the Commission. 

On November 27, 1941, the total Canadian diversion on the Niagara 
river was raised to a limit of 50,000 cubic feet per second. This enabled the 
Niagara river plants, Queenston, Ontario Power and Toronto Power plants, 
to operate at approximately 100 per cent load factor and increased the output 
of these plants from what was available from the diversion under the treaty 
limits of 36,000 cubic feet per second, by about two and one-half million 
kilowatt-hours per day. 

All sources of power supply available to the Niagara system were used 
to the greatest possible extent. Under a program of water conservation the 
Commission co-operated with the Quebec power companies in the utilization 
of any surplus energy that these companies had available. Interchange of 
power with the Eastern Ontario system and Georgian Bay system has also 
been made to the mutual advantage of all three southern Ontario systems, 
the Niagara system supplying shortages of the other two systems over peak 
load periods and absorbing surplus energy from them at other times, thus 
utilizing the full available river flows. 

At the commencement of the year there was available in purchased con- 
tracts a growth reserve of 75,000 horsepower, all of which was called for 
during the year, although part was scheduled for future delivery. On June 
1 and August 1, two blocks of 25,000 horsepower each were called for from 
the Beauharnois Power Company, completing the full contract delivery of 
250,000 horsepower from this company. On September 3, a block of 25,000 
horsepower was taken from the Maclaren-Quebec Power Company, making 
a total delivery from this company, including a temporary supply for the 
duration of the war, of 182,500 horsepower. 

Under an agreement with the Department of Transport the delivery of 
4,950 horsepower commenced on November 3, 1941. This power is supplied 
at 66-2/3 cycles from a plant on the Welland ship canal to the Dominion 
Power and Transmission division of the Niagara system. Normally, any 
surplus or shortage on the 66-2/3 cycle, D. P. & T. system can be absorbed or 
supplied by the Niagara 25-cycle system through the frequency changer set 
at Niagara Falls. For part of the year this was possible but for about two 
months, commencing April 6, the set was taken out of service for overhaul, and 
on August 28 the set failed, necessitating a complete rewinding of the 25-cycle 
unit of the set, which, at the close of the year, had not been completed. 

Service to all customers in the Niagara system was well maintained. 
On one occasion due to the failure of a reactor at DeCew Falls generating 
station, the entire power supply at 66-2/3 cycles on the Dominion Power 
and Transmission division was interrupted for 33 minutes. Otherwise, no 
serious failure of equipment occurred to cause any prolonged service inter- 
ruptions. Over a few of the daily peak periods during the winter months 
of 1941-42, and again early in September, before steps were taken to curtail 
non-essential uses of power, capacity was insufficient to meet all primary 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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demands and it was necessary to restrict power delivery to certain war in- 
dustries for brief periods. 

To meet the power requirements of expanding war industries, new 
transformer stations were installed and the capacity of many existing stations 
was increased. The most important addition was the Toronto Esplanade 
station placed in service on March 8 with an initial capacity of 25,000 kv-a, 
increased to 50,000 kv-a on April 28. On March 28 the capacity of the 
transformer station at the Atlas Steel Company was increased from 25,000 
to 50,000 kv-a. 



10 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 1941-1942 



Municipality 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec, 
1941 



July to Dec, 
1942 



Change in load 



Decrease 



Increase 



Acton 

Agincourt . . . 
Ailsa Craig . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg . 



Ancaster Township — Voted Area 

Arkona 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 



Baden 

Beachville. , 
Beamsville. 
Belle River , 
Blenheim. . 



Blyth 

Bolton . . . , 
Bothwell . 
Brampton 
Brantford . 



Brantford Township — Voted Area . 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Bronte 

Brussels 



Burford 

Burgessville. . . . . . 

Burlington 

Burlington Beach. 
Caledonia 



Campbellville . 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa . . . . 
Clifford 



Clinton. . . 
Comber . . . 
Cottam. . . 
Courtright. 
Dashwood. 



Delaware. . 

Delhi 

Dorchester . 
Drayton. . . 
Dresden. . . 



1,610.2 
233.5 
146.9 
109.9 

1,092.2 

411.6 

71.2 

1,389.0 

862.1 

280.6 

472.0 
655.2 
475.5 
200.0 
639.9 

147.8 

221.2 

167.2 

3,183.3 

20,095.7 

1,177.7 

166.5 

89.5 

265.4 

170.2 

249.5 

65.0 

1,640.3 

500.2 

436.2 

43.7 

156.1 

7,762.7 

382.8 

112.6 

697.3 

170.6 

99.3 

55.9 

95.8 

87.4 
779.9 
143.0 
143.4 
439.5 



1,619.2 
233.5 
137.7 
102.4 
871.8 

398.0 

73.0 

1,356.7 

954.3 

265.9 

546.1 
718.7 
434.3 
203.5 
513.9 

154.0 

217.3 

124.5 

2,997.0 

21,491.0 

1,089.0 

169.9 

87.7 

187.1 

151.5 

281.9 

53.5 

1,670.5 

503.9 

359.3 

39.7 

126.9 

6,645.0 

345.8 

105.6 

702.1 

155.0 

78.7 

50.3 

111.4 

74.3 
630.0 
111.8 
135.2 
440.3 



9.2 

7.5 

220.4 

13.6 



32.3 

14.7' 



41.2 
126.0' 



3.9 

42.7 
186.3 



88.7 



1.8 
78.3 
18.7 



11.5 



76.9 

4.0 

29.2 

117.7 

37.0 

7.0 



15.6 

20.6 

5.6 



13.1 

149.9 

31.2 

8.2 



9.0 



1.8 
92.2' 



74.1 
63.5 



3.5 



6.2 



1,395.3 



3.4 



32.4 



30.2 
3.7 



4.8 



15.6 



Note: The yearly peak demands of the individual municipal Hydro utilities and also of 
the rural power districts do not all occur during the same month of the year nor, for any given 
municipality or rural power district, do they always occur in the same month in successive years; 
in nearly all cases however the yearly peak occurs during the second half of the calendar year. 
For this reason a comparison of the peaks occurring during the second half of the year as shown 
in the tables of this Section shows most satisfactorily the general trend of the local loads. 

Due to restrictions and voluntary power savings in the end months of 1942, more and greater 
decreases of municipal and rural power district loads are recorded than would otherwise have 
been shown. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



11 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 1941-1912— Continued 



Municipality 



July to Dec. 
1941 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec. 
1942 



Change in load 



Decrease 



Increase 



Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East York Township — Voted Area 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Township — Voted Area 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township — Voted Area . . 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin. 

Merritton . . 
Milton 



122.8 

106.0 

2,868.0 

1,505.8 

289.7 

8,592.7 
929.6 
498.8 
131.4 
199.5 

47.4 
796.7 

7,878.5 
700.5 

1,550.3 

206.1 
562.7 

7,997.6 
11,445.2 

1,810.9 

226.4 

1,663.7 

80.4 

786.8 

11,732.6 

1,284.9 

159,175.7 

432.9 

644.2 

238.1 

2,975.0 
106.0 
557.9 

3,216.6 
243.6 

762.5 

28,308.6 

173.2 

245.0 

2,060.7 

1,482.2 

44,091.8 

672.5 

1,241.7 

214.1 

130.7 

430.0 

120.5 

8,405.7 

1,551.4 



125.1 

105.1 

3,074.7 

1,297.7 

258.3 

8,379.2 

1,061.5 

515.4 

143.7 

181.2 

40.0 
687.5 

7.799.1 
773.1 

1,414.1 

199.2 

563.3 

7,164.9 

11,869.4 

1,729.9 

198.5 

1,668.6 

83.0 

1,040.2 

11,437.3 

1,279.6 

158,149.5 

471.2 

624.4 

214.9 

2,927.4 
89.4 

591.5 
3,201.4 

203.7 

591.7 

26,597.9 

132.0 

245.1 

2,105.0 

1,556.3 
38,397.9 

598.7 
1,333.8 

209.9 

115.2 

400.5 

101.7 

9,796.6 

1,398.6 



0.9 



208.1 
31.4 

213.5 



18.3 

7.4 

159.2 

79.4 



136.2 
6.9 


832.7 


81.0 
27.9 




295.3 

5.3 
1,026.2 



19.8 
23.2 

47.6 
16.6 



15.2 
39.9 

170.8 

1,710.7 

41.2 



5,693.9 
73.8 



4.2 

15.5 
29.5 
18.8 



2.3 
266.7' 



131.9 
16.6 
12.3 



72.6 



0.6 
424.2" 



4.9 

2.6 

253.4 



38.3 



33.6 



0.1 
44.3 

74.1 
92.1' 



1,390.9 



152.8 



12 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 1941-1942— Continued 





Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Milverton 


368.2 

2,744.0 

743.3 

40.9 

113.8 

34.4 

658.4 

1,931.3 

11,248.7 

11,605.9 

1,085.8 
8,655.6 

460.0 
1,203.7 

213.3 

125.5 
628.5 

2,083.1 
234.4 

1,206.5 

140.3 
1,677.6 
2,298.9 

922.5 
1,038.3 

570.9 

118.3 

1,121.2 

3,961.0 

150.0 

164.3 
513.4 
709.4 
1,253.0 
130.0 

189.9 
26,757.4 
122.6 
163.0 
359.2 

1,620.5 

8,495.3 

11,880.7 

4,919.5 

799.5 

2,750.7 

178.6 

74.4 

2,815.0 
250.1 


388.5 

2,540.2 

829.1 

44.5 
102.1 

31.6 

674.5 

1,954.1 

11,818.0 

10,275.3 

1,106.7 
9,891.1 

496.5 
1,128.7 

189.9 

126.3 
613.0 

1,915.2 
201.1 

1,010.2 

135.2 
1,691.0 
2,426.3 

897.4 
1,136.2 

536.3 

100.7 

1,204.3 

4,149.2 

136.3 

165.0 
501.3 
607.2 
1,186.0 
141.0 

149.9 
29,072.4 
132.0 
157.9 
368.8 

1,603.7 

7,612.6 

11,087.6 

4,778.3 
800.1 

2,581.2 

185.0 

70.6 

2,826.8 
247.3 




20 3 


Mimico 


203.8 




Mitchell 


85.8 


Moorefield 




3.6 


Mount Brydges 


11.7 
2.8 




Newbury 




New Hamburg 


16.1 


Newmarket 




22.8 


New Toronto 




569.3 


Niagara Falls 


1,330.6 




Niagara-on-the-Lake 


20 9 


North York Township — Voted Area 


1,235.5 


Norwich 




36 5 


Oakville 


75.0 
23.4 




Oil Springs 




Otterville 


0.8 


Palmerston 


15.5 
167.9 

33.3 
196.3 

5.1 




Paris 




Parkhill 




Petrolia 




Plattsville 




Point Edward. . . 


13 4 


Port Colborne . . 




127 4 


Port Credit 


25.1 




Port Dalhousie 


97.9 


Port Dover 


34.6 
17.6 




Port Rowan 




Port Stanley 


83.1 


Preston 




188 2 


Princeton 


13.7 




Queenston 


7 


Richmond Hill 


12.1 

102.2 

67.0 




Ridgetown 




Riverside 




Rockwood 


11.0 


Rodney 


40.0 




St. Catharines 


2,315.0 


St. Clair Beach 




9.4 


St. George 


5.1 




St. Jacobs 


9.6 


St. Marys 


16.8 
882.7 
793.1 
141.2 




St. Thomas 




Sarnia 




Scarborough Township- — Voted Area 




Seaforth 


0.6 


Simcoe 


169.5 




Smithville 


6.4 


Springfield 


3.8 




Stamford Township— Voted Area 


11.8 


Stoney Creek 


2.8 









1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



13 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES 1941-1942— Concluded 



Municipality 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec, 
1941 



July to Dec. 
1942 



Change in load 



Decrease 



Increase 



Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sutton 

Swansea 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thomdale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto Township — Voted Area 

Trafalgar Township — Voted Area No. 1 
Trafalgar Township — Voted Area No. 2 
Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York Township — Voted Area 

Zurich 



304.1 

7,976.0 

1,503.1 

249.0 

467.0 

3,540.2 
697.4 
603.9 
241.3 
281.5 

126.8 

94.4 

2,635.3 

1,062.3 

1,558.7 

381,593.8 

2,895.2 

463.1 

205.3 

3,234.6 

43.7 

243.4 

569.7 

5,288.9 

422.6 

12,190.0 

139.5 

250.1 

4,765.4 

209.8 



51,967.8 

683.8 

8,798.6 

91.3 

21,028.1 



141.1 



328.4 

8,234.3 

1,600.9 

250.1 

454.0 

3,239.3 
725.2 
515.7 
241.8 
207.5 

133.5 

95.1 

2,465.2 

1,469.9 

1,248.3 

356,427.6 

3,167.0 

429.5 

170.3 

3,809.9 

37.7 

266.3 

489.3 

5,817.7 

403.3 

12,206.4 

144.0 

259.8 

4,835.1 

193.8 

51,526.6 

677.5 

8,692.7 

77.9 

21,328.4 

154.5 









13.0 
300.9 


88.2 


74.0 




170.1 


310.4 
25,166.2 


33.6 
35.0 


6.0 


80.4 


19.3 










16.0 

441.2 

6.3 

105.9 

13.4 



24.3 

258.3 

97.8 

1.1 





27.8 


0.5 


6.7 
0.7 


407.6 




271.8 




575.3 


22.9 


528.8 



16.4 
4.5 
9.7 

69.7 



300.3 
13.4 



14 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942 





Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Rural power district 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Aylmer 


1,467.4 
874.9 

2,336.8 
378.2 

1,935.1 

732.3 

835.8 

1,984.5 

149.8 

772.4 

1,316.9 

1,229.8 

207.9 

741.4 

922.6 

219.1 
1,306.6 
573.4 
219.0 
429.9 

879.3 

1,118.6 

356.5 

491.1 

1,008.9 

930.3 
1,589.2 
1.325.6 
1,511.9 

858.9 

1,531.1 

1,041.1 

3,275.0 

279.1 

402.3 

1,959.6 
769.5 
400.5 
505.0 

2,304.6 


1,417.3 
896.4 

2,269.1 
322.5 

2,095.2 

679.5 
863.4 
1,997.8 
138.9 
661.8 

1,292.2 

1,114.4 

202.7 

706.2 

945.2 

224.5 
1,324.9 
549.8 
227.4 
439.9 

809.8 
1,348.8 
558.8 
491.9 
977.3 

977.6 
1,669.8 
1,176.1 
1,608.6 

702.5 

1,377.2. 

993.3 
2,959.4 

234.5 

424.8 

1,851.1 
812.9 
363.4 
527.2 

2,605.0 


50.1 




Baden 


21 5 


Beamsville 


67.7 
55.7 




Blenheim 




Bond Lake 


160 1 


♦Bothwell 


52.8 




*Brampton 


27 6 


Brant 




13 3 


Brigden 


10.9 
110.6 

24.7 

115.4 

5.2 

35.2 




*Burford 




Caledonia 




Chatham 




Chippawa 




Delaware 




Dorchester 


22 6 


Dresden 




5 4 


Dundas 




18 3 


Dunnville 


23.6 




Dutton 


8 4 


*Elmira 




10 


'*Essex 


69.5 




Exeter 


230 2 


*Porest 




202 3 


Gait 




8 


*Goderich 


31.6 




Guelph 


47.3 


Haldimand . 




80 6 


*Harrow 


149.5 




Ingersoll 


96.7 


*Keswick 


156.4 

153.9 
47.8 

315.6 
44.6 




Kingsville 




*Listowel 




London 




*Lucan 




Lynden 


22.5 


*Markham 


108.5 




*Merlin 


43.4 


*Milton 


37.1 




Mitchell 


22.2 


*Niagara 




300.4 









*In 1942, due in part to war conditions, and in order to effect certain economies in operation 
and administration, the total number of rural power districts was reduced from 184 to 120. In 
the Niagara system, by consolidations of districts and parts of aistricts, the number was reduced 
from 87 to 64. The new consolidated districts are marked with an asterisk. In these districts, 
to effect a comparison of loads that would show the general trend, the two months' period, using 
November and December only, after the new conditions were established, has been used and the 
corresponding peak load in the same areas for the same months of 1941 has been computed and 
recorded for comparison. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



15 



NIAGARA SYSTEM RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942— Concluded 



Rural power district 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec, 
1941 



July to Dec. 
1942 



Change in load 



Decrease 



Increase 



Norwich 

^Oil Springs . 
Preston .... 
Ridgetown. . 
St. Jacobs . . 

St. Marys. . 
St. Thomas. 
Saltfleet. . . . 
Sandwich. . . 
Sarnia 

Seaforth. . . . 

Simcoe 

Stratford. . . 
Strathroy. . . 
Streetsville . 

Tavistock. . 
Tillsonburg . 
Wallaceburg 
*Walsingham 
Walton 

Waterdown. 
Welland. . . . 
Woodbridge 
Woodstock . 



809.6 
364.2 
1,997.6 
670.5 
564.3 

866.7 
2,501.4 
1,932.9 
2,319.5 
1,305.8 

114.4 
751.9 
410.7 
363.3 
721.2 

590.8 

980.6 

535.9 

1,583.1 

285.7 



1,798, 
2,564 
1,586 
1.341 



828.5 
392.3 
2,052.8 
598.3 
561.4 

987.3 
2,597.1 
2,216.4 
2,236.0 
1,163.9 

127.5 
760.4 
434.6 
412.5 
799.2 

589.9 
893.2 
506.8 
1,463.5 
237.3 

1,811.8 
2,580.6 
1,789.8 
1,413.4 



72.2 
2.9 



83.5 
141.9 



0.9 

87.4 

29.1 

119.6 

48.4 



18.9 
28.1 
55.2 



120.6 

95.7 

283.5 



13.1 
8.5 
23.9 
49.2 
78.0 



12.9 

15.7 

202.9 

72.3 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The primary peak load of the Georgian Bay system occurred in July 
and was 53,282 horsepower, being 6.8 per cent greater than the previous 
year's peak, which also occurred in July. The total energy output used for 
primary load was 3.2 per cent greater. 

Water storage and river flow on the Georgian Bay system averaged 
above normal during the year, being somewhat above normal in the winter 
months of 1941-42 and subnormal in the summer and early fall of 1942. At 
the close of the year water conditions were again satisfactory. 

Hanover frequency-changer station was in constant operation through- 
out the year, transferring power and energy between the Niagara system and 
the Georgian Bay system. Assistance was required from the Niagara system 
over most of the daily peak load periods. In July, August and September, 
the station was operated at comparatively high load factor to supplement 
the energy output of the generating stations in the Georgian Bay system 
during periods of low river flow and also to conserve water for late fall and 
winter use. During the last week in August, No. 1 set was unavailable for 



16 



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No. 26 



„„„<=HjM?SSis<=<i5liiS§ls<^ 






1942 


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PEAK LOADS 


THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 





60,000 



50,000 



40.000 



30,000 



20,000 



10,0 



service due to coil failure. At this time the Mount Forest frequency-changer 
station was placed in service to assist in the water conservation program, 
continuing in service until September 26. 

From November, 1941 to the following June, surplus energy was avail- 
able on this system during off-peak periods. Part of this surplus energy was 
supplied to a war industry and the balance transferred to the Niagara system. 

Under a program of water conservation, the Orillia Water, Light and 
Power Commission's system was tied in with the Georgian Bay system on a 
number of occasions in September and October. Surplus energy available at 
the Orillia plants was thus utilized during periods of excess river flow and 
water wastage was avoided. 

On November 1, 1941 the second of the two units at the Big Eddy 
generating station was placed on commercial load adding about 5,000 house- 
power to the resources of this system. The Trethewey Falls plant, of ap- 
proximately 2,300 horsepower capacity, was removed from service from June 
12 to November 21, 1942, to reconstruct the draft tube and make general 
repairs to equipment. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



17 



During the year the transmission voltage of several circuits was raised 
from 22,000 to 38,000 volts in order to increase the line capacity on the 
system. The capacity of many distributing stations was also increased to 
meet growing load demands and a few new distributing stations were added, 
the most important of which was a 2,000-kv-a station to supply a steel fur- 
nace load at Owen Sound. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941-1942 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower* 


Change 


in load 




July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


402.4 
187.0 
370.0 
4,305.6 
339.0 

142.3 

248.6 

90.3 

221.1 

5.0 

103.2 

671.1 

152.5 

2,565.2 

87.0 

160.3 
286.0 
469.0 
204.7 
78.9 

84.8 

146.6 

1,339.5 

1,434.8 

32.2 

24.6 

1,325.7 

754.7 

28.0 

345.8 

146.0 
203.6 
761.1 
4,197.1 
164.3 

579.5 

44.6 

795.9 

5,209.4 

157.5 


417.1 
164.0 
332.2 
4,260.1 
376.9 

138.5 

225.7 

80.3 

217.5 

5.0 

79.6 

643.4 

126.7 

2,690.4 

88.9 

151.9 
275.2 
407.7 
176.4 
73.1 

52.7 

138.4 

1,146.0 

1,442.0 

14.2 

25.1 

1,245.1 

847.4 

26.0 
340.2 

145.8 
204.2 
731.1 
4,760.1 
142.2 

515.2 

45.0 

789.2 

5,682.2 

139.1 




14.7 


Arthur 


23.0 
37.8 
45.5 




Bala 




Barrie 




Beaverton 


37.9 


Beeton 


3.8 
22.9 
10.0 

3.6 




Bradford 




Brechin 




Cannington 




Carlsruhe 




Chatsworth 


23.6 

27.7 
25.8 




Chesley 




Coldwater . . 




Collingwood 


125.2 


Cookstown 




1.9 


Creemore 


8.4 
10.8 
61.3 
28.3 

5.8 

32.1 

8.2 

193.5 




Dundalk 




Durham 




Elmvale . . 




Elmwood ' 




Flesherton 




Grand Valley 




Gravenhurst 




Hanover 


7.2 


Hepworth .... 


18.0 




Holstein 


0.5 


Huntsville 


80.6 




Kincardine 


92.7 


Kirkfield 


2.0 
5.6 

0.2 




Lucknow 




MacTier 




Markdale 


0.6 


Meaford 


30.0 




Midland 


563 


Mildmay . . . . 


22.1 
64.3 




Mount Forest 




Neustadt 


0.4 


Orangeville . . . 


6.7 




Owen Sound 


472.8 


Paisley 


18.4 









*Consult note to^table^of Niagara system municipal loads on page 10. 



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No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941-1942— Concluded 





Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Penetanguishene 


1,002.0 

298.9 

590.5 

99.6 

340.7 

10.0 
106.8 

62.9 
271.0 
611.7 

340.4 

90.6 

122.1 

170.0 

36.8 

122.2 
386.3 
121.6 
975.5 
145.2 

363.8 

96.4 

701.8 

105.8 


1,060.6 

282.4 

666.0 

93.4 

334.8 

10.0 
112.9 

49.0 
257.4 
692.5 

314.0 

75.6 

120.6 

135.3 

34.6 

95.6 

373.6 

118.3 

1,001.2 

139.8 

301.2 

94.4 

664.7 

77.0 




58 6 


Port Carling 


16.5 




Port Elgin 


75 5 


Port McNicoll 


6.2 
5.9 




Port Perry 




Priceville 




Ripley . ... 




6 1 


Rosseau 


13.9 
13.6 




Shelbume 




Southampton 


80 8 


Stayner 


26.4 
15.0 

1.5 
34.7 

2.2 

26.6 

12.7 

3.3 




Sunderland . 




Tara 




Teeswater 




Thornton 




Tottenham 




Uxbridge 




Victoria Harbour 




Walkerton 


25 7 


Waubaushene — Voted Area 


5.4 

62.6 

2.0 

37.1 

28.8 




Wiarton 




Windermere 




Wingham 




Woodville 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942 





Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


Rural power district 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increa$e^ 


*Alliston 


651.7 
734.3 
543.6 
254.7 
103.7 

516.3 
580.7 
159.1 
322.3 
149.4 

301.6 
59.2 
452.1 
334.7 
209.7 


604.7 
663.8 
460.0 
254.7 
130.2 

451.1 
557.9 
140.2 
320.1 
139.7 

305.6 
70.0 
401.0 
285.8 
202.6 


47.0 
70.5 
83.6 




Bala 




*Barrie 




Baysville 




*Beaumaris 




26.5 


Beaverton 


65.2 

22.8 

18.9 

2.2 

9.7 




*Bruce 




*Cannington 




*Creemore 




Gravenhurst 




Hawkestone 


4.0 


*Holstein 




10.8 


Huntsville 


51.1 

48.9 

7.1 




♦Midland 




Owen Sound 









1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS 
Concluded 



1941-1942 



Municipality 



*Shelburne .... 

Sparrow Lake. 
*Tara 

Utterson 

♦Uxbridge 

Wasaga Beach 
*Wroxeter 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec, 
1941 



474.1 
399.2 
640.9 
279.1 
644.5 

1.183.0 
525.9 



July to Dec. 
1942 



467.7 
427.7 
613.7 
253.0 
563.1 

,259.3 
517.2 



Change in load 



Decrease 



6.4 



27.2 
26.1 
81.4 



8.7 



Increase 



28.5 



76.3 



*In 1942, due in part to war conditions, and in order to effect certain economies in operation 
and administration, the total number of rural power districts was reduced from 184 to 120. In 
the Georgian Bay system, by consolidations of districts and parts of districts, the number was 
reduced from 48 to 22. The new consolidated districts are marked with an asterisk. In these 
districts, to effect a comparison of loads that would show the general trend, the two months' 
period, using November and December 'only, after the new conditions were established, has been 
used and the corresponding peak load in the same areas for the same months of 1941 has been 
computed and recorded for comparison. 



HORSEPOWER 



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L ^ U 1941 Total Primary AND Secondary LOAD ^ 1 a 


"i j\ Ij ^ /Sj 


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1930 1931 1932 1933 ^S '' ^^^"f '""' 1929 


„„__ /-.j^ ^^^-"^ ^^-^' H "" "2» 


/ 1923 1924 1925 1926 


v^ >^ \_ / '■" \^. Ill III III III 

>'^>^'^ P"" ^^^^ EAf^TERN ONTARIO f^V.STFM 


- ^^° ''^' PEAK LOADS 




THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 


l=j5jM?S§ls<=jiiM?55is<=iljM^^^^^ 



150,000 



100.000 



50,000 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

The primary peak load of the Eastern Ontario system was 186,177 
horsepower and occurred early in September just before mandatory restric- 
tions and the campaign for voluntary savings in power demands were intro- 
duced. Nevertheless, this was the largest primary demand ever carried on 



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No. 26 



this system, exceeding the primary peak load of the previous year by 3.1 
per cent. The total energy output used for primary load was 12.1 per cent 
greater. 

The Eastern Ontario system has been operated in conjunction with the 
Niagara system throughout the year to utilize water available in the most 
efficient manner. During the major portion of the year, until the Barrett 
Chute plant became available for service, the Niagara system supplied the 
peak shortages of the Eastern Ontario system and also energy shortages 
when stream flow on the Trent and other rivers was low. During the usual 
good river flow periods surplus energy was available on the Eastern Ontario 
system. Part of the surplus was supplied to the Howard Smith Paper Com- 
pany for electric boiler operation and the balance in effect transferred to the 
Niagara system. 

Stream flow conditions on the rivers in the Eastern Ontario system 
averaged about normal, being well above normal during the first eight months 
of the year. Compared with the previous year the energy output of the 
Commission-owned generating stations on the system, excluding the output 
of Barrett Chute generating station since August 6 when it was first placed 
on load, was 7.5 per cent greater. 

Under a temporary arrangement with the Gatineau Power Company,, 
an additional 15,000 horsepower became available from the Bryson plant of 
the above company on November 3, 1941. This delivery was withdrawn on 
May 31, 1942. The first of the two units of the Barrett Chute development 
was placed on commercial load on August 6 and the second unit on August 
25, adding a total of 54,000 horsepower to the resources of the system. 

New distributing stations were placed in service at Arnprior and Peta- 
wawa to serve the Department of National Defence, one substation at Corn- 
wall to serve Defence Industries Limited and a regulating transformer of 
1,500 kv-a was installed at Smiths Falls transformer station. Capacities of 
many of the existing stations were increased to meet growing load demands- 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941 


-1942 




Peak load in 
horsepower* 


Change 


in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


262.3 

51.3 

1,124.6 

154.4 

49.7 

7,052.7 
153.3 

2,968.8 
381.4 
416.7 


212.6 

54.1 

1,193.4 

137.1 

51.6 

7,561.4 
158.8 

2,752.3 
351.6 
402.3 


49.7 




Apple Hill 


2.8 


Arnprior 

Athens 




68.8 


17.3 


Bath 


1.9 


Belleville 




508.7 
5.5 


Bloomfield 




Bowmanville 


216.5 
29.8 
14.4 


Braeside . . 




Brighton 








*Consult note to table of Niagara system 


municipal lo 


ads on page 


10. 


;' 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941-1942— Concluded 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change 


in load 


July to Dec, July to Dec, 
1941 1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Brockville 


4,802.9 
354.7 

1,989.1 

326.5 

92.8 

2,383.6 . 
241.8 
191.8 
112.4 
167.2 

118.6 
156.0 
309.6 
441.7 
13,779.3 

357.9 

103.1 

56.1 

3,810.6 

210.5 

155.2 
42.9 

119.6 
96.7 

328.3 

1,539.0 

53.3 

223.3 

168.7 

248.4 

102.3 

20,053.3 

35,107.2 

1,787.5 

12,773.7 

1,277.2 

2,500.7 

1,272.8 

74.8 

76.2 

2,833.1 
314.7 

5,034.8 

266.2 

86.1 

244.0 
105.9 
1,548.8 
149.7 
381.4 


4,815.0 
376.5 

1,924.2 

292.8 

90.6 

2,496.9 

205.1 

205.6 

98.1 

163.4 

105.7 
144.0 
260.3 
344.4 
13,221.2 

353.5 

83.4 

54 1 

3,859.9 

193.3 

136.3 
34.4 

111.3 
85.1 

286.9 

1,442.4 

43.3 

220.1 

139.3 

155.1 

91.5 

16,789.4 

35,419.0 

1,737.3 

12,189.5 

1,209.6 

2,483.8 

1,474.5 

89.9 

64.8 

2,785.1 
298.1 

5,230.8 

262.4 

73.2 

279.9 
103.2 
1,572.1 
103.3 
373.2 




12 1 


Cardinal 




21.8 


Carleton Place .... 


64.9 

33.7 

2.2 




Chesterville 




Cobden 




Cobourg 


113.3 


Colbome 


36.7 




Deseronto 


13.8 


Finch 


14.3 
3.8 

12.9 
12.0 
49.3 
97.3 
558.1 

4.4 

19.7 

2.0 




Frankford 




Hastings .... 




Havelock . . 




Iroquois . .... 




Kemptville ... 




Kingston 




j Lakefield 




Lanark 




j Lancaster 




Lindsay 


49 3 


Madoc 


17.2 

18.9 

8.5 

8.3 

11.6 

41.4 

96.6 
10.0 
3.2 
29.4 
93.3 

10.8 
3,263.9 




Marmora 




1 Martintown 




1 Maxville... 




! Millbrook 




Morrisburg 




Napanee 




i; Newburgh 




Newcastle 




Norwood 




Omemee 




Orono 




j Oshawa 




Ottawa 


311 8 


'1 Perth 


50.2 

584.2 

67.6 
16.9 




Peterborough 




r Picton.... 




1 Ptort Hope 




■ Prescott 


201 7 


Richmond 




15 1 


Russell 


11.4 

48.0 
16.6 




Smiths Falls 




[ Stirling 




•i Trenton 


196 


Tyreed 


3.8 
12.9 




i Warkworth 




Wellington 


35 9 


Westport 


2.7 




j Whitby 


23 3 


■ Williamsburg .... 


46.4 
8.2 




Winchester 





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THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942 



Rural power district 



*Amprior 

Belleville 

*Bowmanville. . 

*Brighton 

*Brockville 

Carleton Place 
*Cobourg 

Fenelon Falls . 
*Frankford 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Madoc 

Marmora 

*Martintown . . 
Millbrook .... 

Minden 

Napanee 

Nepean 

Norwood 

Omemee 

Oshawa 

Peterborough . 

*Renfrew 

♦Smiths Falls . . 

Sulphide 

Wellington. . . 
♦Winchester . . . 



Peak load in 
horsepower 



July to Dec, 
1941 



469.9 
848.1 
310.8 
91.6 
966.9 

159.1 
762.9 
635.3 
635.6 
1,620.6 

333.9 

93.0 

10.0 

1,001.5 

124.5 

201.0 

590.4 

1,857.4 

91.3 

40.0 

1,821.2 

1,025.6 

1,171.3 

536.4 

138.8 

1,191.9 
1,113.6 



July to Dec. 
1942 



428.2 
902.5 
301.5 
82.0 
879.5 

183.3 
629.9 
597.5 
716.1 
1,532.2 

222.5 

93.9 

10.0 

940.8 

111.0 

174.3 

668.7 

2,104.4 

94.6 

35.0 

1,941.9 

1,173.4 

284.2 

526.0 

138.1 

1,257.5 
1,052.8 



Change in load 



Decrease 



41.7 



9.3 
9.6 

87.4 


133.0 
37.8 


88.4 
111.4 



60.7 
13.5 

26.7 



5.0 



887.lt 

10.4 

0.7 



60.8 



Increase 



54.4 



24.2 



80.5 



0.9 



78.3 

247.0 

3.3 



120.7 
147.8 



65.6 



*In 1942, due in part to war conitions, and in order to effect certain economies in operation 
and administration, the total number of rural power districts was reduced from 184 to 120. In 
the Eastern Ontario system, by consolidations of districts and parts of districts, the number was 
reduced from 42 to 27. The new consolidated districts are marked with an asterisk. In these 
districts, to effect a comparison of loads that would show the general trend, the two months' 
period, using November and December only, after the new conditions were established, has been 
used and the corresponding peak load in the same areas for the same months of 1941 has been 
computed and recorded for comparison. 

+Most of this decrease was due to loss of a load formerly purchased by the Commission for 
a customer, now being delivered direct. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



j^n^m^mm^mm^mmBi^nm^Bi^^ 




THUNDER BAY SYSTEM" 


PEAK LOADS 


rKIMAKY AiNU lUIAL 


- THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 


'"•"■::::::::::::^::::::::::::Ui:::::::c^::::::::::::::::: 


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"^ -TOTAL PRIMARY LOAD .,^ 1 924 > ^ " ' ^ ^ ^ "^ «^ 


923 y./y 


1920 1921^ 1922 , ^ 


.:S=::H:::ir:::::::"::rr""": : 


"teniiiisisi-HH^ilsis-jiniiriafeHHHiSfs-HuiHjsiHSijiiSgH:^ 



200.000 



50,000 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The maximum primary demand on the Thunder Bay system occurred 
in December, 1941, and was 108,633 horsepower. This was 3,000 horsepower 
or 2.9 per cent greater than the previous year's peak. The total energy 
output used for primary load was 7.1 per cent greater. As the result of im- 
proved water conditions in the lake Nipigon area, surplus energy was avail- 
able for electric boiler operation at the paper mills up to about the middle 
of April. For the balance of the year, outflow from lake Nipigon was in 
general limited to that required to satisfy primary load demands. 

The precipitation on the watershed supplying the Nipigon river plants 
was 28.27 inches, being above normal for this district. The elevation of 
lake Nipigon on October 31, 1942, was 851.64, as compared with 852.84 the 
same day in 1941. 

Arrangements were continued in 1942, enabling paper companies under 
the control of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company to transfer power for 
electric steam boiler operation from the generating plant of the Kaministiquia 
Power Company, subsidiary of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company, 
through the Commission's transformers and over the Commission's trans- 
mission circuits. During the year 25,380,300 kilowatt-hours were thus trans- 
ferred to the paper, companies, which, with the surplus energy available at 
the Cameron Falls and Alexander plants, produced a total of 118,878,300 
kilowatt-hours for electric boiler operation. 

No serious failure to any equipment on this system occurred and service 
to all customers was well maintained throughout the year. 



24 



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No. 26 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941-1942 



Municipality 


Peak load in 
horsepower 


Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


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Increase 


Beardmore Townsite 


122.9 

16,438.3 

719.4 

217.9 

18,851.1 


78.9 

17,402.8 

586.9 

238.6 

22,425.1 


44.0 




Fort William 


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Geraldton Townsite 


132.5 




Nipigon Township — Voted Area 


20.7 


*Port Arthur 




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*For comparison, a two month period, using November and December only, has been made 
as the loads of Thunder Bay Paper and Provincial Paper Companies were separated from Port 
Arthur and supplied as direct H-E.P.C. customers as from November 1, 1941. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942 



Rural power district 


Peak load in 
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Change in load 




July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
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NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 



Abitibi District 



The primary peak demand dropped from 188,740 horsepower in the 
previous year to 182,708 horsepower. The recession in primary power was 
mainly attributable to the curtailment in gold mining operations resulting 
from the November, 1941, miners' strike, from which there was little recovery 
following the ending of the strike due to the transfer of labor to other fields 
more essential in the conduct of the war. The transfer of the load of the 
Noranda Mines in November, 1941, from the Canada Northern Power Cor- 
poration, a customer of the Commission, to the Quebec Streams Commission 
was another contributing factor in the reduction of primary demands in 1942. 

Compared with the previous year, demands for primary energy were 
6 per cent smaller, but the total energy output in the Abitibi district was 2.7 
per cent greater, there being a substantial increase in delivery of surplus 
energy to the electric boilers at the paper mills of the Abitibi Power and 
Paper Company. 

All storage basins were filled at the commencement of the year and more 
water was available in November and December, 1941, than could be used 



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September arrangements were made to purchase power from the Abitibi 
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However, only a small purchased amount was necessary as heavy precipita- 
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natural run-off for the balance of the year was in excess of what could be 
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Operation of all stations and transmission lines was satisfactory through- 
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Canyon generating station to the new 25-cycle power development at DeCew 
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have been shipped. 



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The Sudbury district primary peak load rose from 19,697 horsepower in 
the previous year to 21,692 horsepower, an increase of 10.1 per cent. The 
total energy output used for primary load was 5.2 per cent greater. No 
secondary power or surplus energy was distributed in this district. 



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THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



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from the Abitibi Power and Paper Company's Sturgeon Falls plant. This 
power was delivered into the Nipissing district which is interconnected with 
the Sudbury district and thus relieved shortages in both districts. 



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previous year, rising 1.5 per cent from 5,791 to 5,878 horsepower. The 
energy output however was 7.9 per cent greater. This was all primary load. 



Although water conditions averaged above normal for the year, river 
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town of Little Current which has been served since the summer of 1941. 
Chiefly for this reason the energy output was greater by about 29 per cent. 



Patricia District 

The peak load receded from 18,070 horsepower in the previous year to 
14,812 horsepower, a reduction of 18 per cent. The energy output was down 
25 per cent. Recessions in mining activities resulting chiefly from the closing 
down of the Howey Gold Mines and the Gold Eagle Gold Mines account for 
most of the reduction. 

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throughout the year, while the output of the Ear Falls generating station 
was governed by district load demands. 

Except for a period of about one week. May 28 to June 5, when the 
Uchi-Crow River 44,000-volt line was out of service due to 25 poles being 
destroyed by a bush fire, operation of the district was normal during the 
year. During the outage of the above line, the load of the customers in the 
St. Joseph area was restricted to the output of the Rat Rapids generating 
station. 



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THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



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LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1941-1942 




Peak load in 
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Change 


in load 


Municipality 


July to Dec, 
1941 


July to Dec, 
1942 


Decrease 


Increase 


Abitibi district 
Hislop Townsite 


63.3 
147.2 

39.1 
246.4 

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256.3 
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138.5 

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157.1 

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93.3 

209.4 

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27.7 
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129.9 

228.5 
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57.6 

67.1 

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Cottage Cove 


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1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1941-1942 



Rural power district 



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1941 



July to Dec. 
1942 



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Connaught 

Sudbury district 
Sudbury 

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North Bay 

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589.0 



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MISCELLANEOUS 

Forestry 

The Forestry division continued its regular transmission and rural line 
clearing operations to protect the Commission's plant and service from tree 
interference. 

The year's maintenance operations involved treatment of 101,473 trees 
and 1,480 pole spans of underbrush spread over 2,685 miles of power trans- 
mission telephone and rural distribution lines. 

Line clearing operations were performed for sixteen municipal Hydro 
systems in the Niagara, Georgian Bay and Eastern Ontario systems. This 
work involved treatment of 5,760 trees spread over 79 miles of local primary 
and secondary lines. These figures show an increase in the number of 
municipalities served and the volume of work performed. 



30 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



THE Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the municipalities with 
which it has contracts, and assists municipal officials to purchase, con- 
struct or extend distribution systems. As provided under The Power Com- 
mission Act, all rate adjustments are approved by the Commission, therefore, 
a study of the operating conditions of all utilities is made annually and 
adjustments recommended. 

In rural power districts, the Commission on behalf of the township 
corporations operates the rural power systems and distributes electrical 
energy to the customers of the respective corporations in all such rural power 
districts. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Under the terms of contracts entered into during the fiscal year 1938, 
the Commission took delivery during the year of the following additional 
amount of power from: 

Horsepower 
Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company and Coteau 

Rapids Transmission Company Limited 50,000 

An amendment to the 1938 agreement with the Maclaren-Quebec 
Power Company and the James Maclaren Company Limited 
was completed providing for the delivery of an additional 25,000 



Total additional power taken 75,000 

The total average load sold to all customers, including war industries, 
showed an increase of 11.2 per cent. Loads in urban municipalities increased 
by 6.8 per cent and in rural power districts by 6.6 per cent. 

The year 1942 was not spectacular in the production of new types of 
industries, but extensions of Hydro facilities were made to serve the following: 

1. Electro-chemical and electro-metallurgical industries, on the Welland 
canal and in the Niagara peninsula. 

2. A further expansion of steel production facilities in the Hamilton and 
Welland areas. 

3. Expansion of aircraft plants in the Toronto district and increasing 
facilities for manufacturing aircraft parts in many municipalities 
throughout the Province. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 31 

4. Bringing into production facilities created in 1940 and 1941 for the 
manufacture of anti-aircraft and field artillery. 

The expansion of these manufacturing plants has brought about a rapid 
increase in many allied industries, such as the production of coke, steel, 
non-ferrous alloys, and so forth. 

During the previous year, orders were issued by the Metals Controller 
to conserve especially non-ferrous metals. The number of new services for 
other than those engaged in war activities had to be rigidly restricted. 

It was, however, necessary to supply new services to a substantial num- 
ber of new houses constructed in the vicinity of munitions plants, to relieve 
a very severe shortage of workmen's homes. 

Early in 1942 it became evident that with the increasing use of electrical 
energy for war purposes, certain sections of the Dominion of Canada would 
soon be faced with the necessity of curtailment in the use of power, and in 
September it was necessary for the Dominion Power Controller to introduce 
measures throughout parts of Quebec and in southern Ontario for the pur- 
pose of curtailing the consumption of electrical power for non-essential pur- 
poses. The restrictions introduced took the form of eliminating non-essential 
uses of electric lighting and were largely confined to such uses as store- 
window lighting, electric signs, outdoor lighting, a percentage of street 
lighting and many other miscellaneous uses, the result of which, together 
with an appeal by the Commiission and the Dominion Power Controller to 
the general public to be more frugal, has permitted continuance of our war 
industries without handicap due to the power situation. 

Shortly after Pearl Harbor, which event demonstrated that, for a con- 
siderable period of time, there would be a curtailment in the Allied rubber 
sources, and to assist in the conservation of gasoline, active measures were 
taken by all departments of the Commission to reduce the mileage of the 
Commission's transportation facilities to the lowest possible degree com- 
mensurate with good operation. In bringing this about, such practices as 
rural customers reading meters, grouping of trouble calls, et cetera, have 
resulted in a very gratifying reduction in the miles travelled, which not only 
conserves the nation's rubber supplies but reduces the consumption of much- 
needed gasoline. 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 

General engineering assistance was^ given to nearly all municipalities of 
the Niagara system respecting the operation and management of their local 
Hydro utilities. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
respecting matters which are more fully referred to below : 

Amherstburg — Installation was completed of a carrier current control 
system for one hundred and eighty-five domestic electric water heaters. 

Aurora — ^A Hydro By-law will be submitted to the electors of this 
municipaUty early in 1943. Substantial help was given to the town in this 
connection. 

Brantford Township — For a number of years the operation of the 
system, billing, collecting, etc., was handled by the Brantford rural office. 



32 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

In 1942 the local Commission employed a manager and operating staff and 
is conducting its own affairs from an office in the Brant building in the city 
of Brantford. 

Burlington — The Burlington distribution system, which is operated by 
the Commission, was changed from 2 phase, 2,300 volts, to 3 phase, 4,000/- 
2,300 volts. This increased the efficiency of the transmission and permitted 
more effective use of the present capacity in the Burlington substation. 

Dundas — The existing equipment, installed in 1911, having become 
overloaded, a new station is proposed. 

Gait — The transformer capacity of number one substation was increased 
by the replacement of a 750-kv-a, three-phase transformer by one of 1,500- 
kv-a capacity. 

The 750-kv-a unit was installed at a point where a supply of power was 
necessary in order to take care of increased war loads. 

Grimsby — The municipality of Grimsby purchased the distribution 
system from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission on January 1, 1942. 
The Commission continued to operate the system for the municipality during 
the year. 

Guelph — Changes were made in the distribution system in order to 
supply a new power consumer. 

Ingersoll — Plans are under way to install static condensers to improve 
the power factor of the loads taken by war industries and save line and 
step-down transformer capacity. 

Kitchener — Continuing the additions to the substation equipment com- 
menced in 1941, two new unit-type substations. Numbers 4 and 5, were 
placed in service. These each have 3,000-kv-a transformer capacity, step- 
ping down from 13,200 to 4,000/2,300 volts. 

Approximately one-half mile of 13,200-volt line was built to supply 
three 500-kv-a transformers serving the group of industries in the eastern 
section of the city. 

New Toronto — Changes were made in the system to take care of in- 
creased demands of power consumers working on war orders. 

Niagara-on-the-Lake — An additional transformer was erected at the 
substation, and the distribution system was remodelled, to take care of ex- 
tensions in the municipality, and particularly at Camp Niagara. 

North York — The supply of power to a large plant manufacturing air- 
craft, received attention. 

Petrolia — A larger electrically-driven pump was installed in the water- 
works plant to supply increased demand for water for domestic consumers 
and a large industrial plant. 

Port Colborne — Arrangements were completed for the supplying of 
approximately 1,000 horsepower at 4,000 volts to a local customer. 

Scarborough Township — The power load having increased in one 
portion of the township, changes were made in the distribution system, to 
provide for a new substation of 600-kv-a capacity in the easterly section of 
the township. 

Thamesford — A pilot-control system was installed to control the 
water-heater load. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 33 

Tilbury — A large munitions plant installed 575- volt, 212-kv-a static 
condensers to increase the plant efficiency, and reduce demands upon the 
Utility's distribution line and transformer capacity. 

Windsor — A new substation, 9,000-kv-a capacity, was placed in service 
in the easterly part of the city to provide capacity for increased load for the 
manufacture of munitions. Work is in progress on a new substation of 
6,000-kv-a capacity in the westerly part of the city and this will be placed 
in service during the coming year. 

Work was completed on a tie line from the substation (Sandwich sub- 
station) in the extreme westerly section of the city to a large industrial plant 
supplied by a direct line from the Commission's Essex transformer station. 
This tie line is to transmit temporary power in either direction for emergency 
and for maintenance purposes. 

Woodstock — A new bank of three 500-kv-a, 26,400-volt transformers 
was installed in order to serve the increased war loads. 

York Township — Increased amounts of power were supplied to a large 
factory manufacturing munitions. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

The Georgian Bay system for the fiscal year 1942 shows substantial load 
increases for both war operations and for all other classes of service. This 
system serves the territory included in the counties of Bruce, Grey, Dufferin, 
Simcoe and Ontario and the district of Muskoka, south and east of the 
Georgian Bay. No large centres of population exist in this area. The urban 
districts comprise only one relatively small city, a number of large towns, 
and many villages. Every urban centre, however, is now receiving service, 
as well as a large portion of the rural districts. The largest and most impor- 
tant summer resort areas in the Province are situated within the Georgian 
Bay district and the substantial power demands of these account for the 
unusual condition of the annual system peak occurring during the summer 
season. 

The war loads on this system include a large explosives plant utilizing 
some 5,500 horsepower; two shipyards, with a combined load approximating 
1,200 horsepower; military training camps and Air Force stations using ap- 
proximately 3,000 horsepower; an electric smelting steel furnace using ap- 
proximately 2,000 horsepower, connected during the past year; and various 
smaller users with a total load approximating 1,200 horsepower, made up of 
two plants making aeroplane parts, four plants manufacturing small speed 
boats used for rescue work, submarine chasers and patrol work, an intern- 
ment camp, a machine shop and a brass foundry which provides almost the 
entire requirements of bronze propellers for Canada's total shipbuilding effort. 

The source of generated power for the system comprises twelve hydro- 
electric generating plants, having a dependable combined capacity of 43,500 
horsepower, plus frequency-changer stations of 14,750 horsepower, obtaining 
25-cycle power from the Niagara system and delivering 60-cycle power to 
the Georgian Bay system. The total combined dependable plant capacity 
is, therefore, 58,250 horsepower. No new generating plants were added 
during the year, but the entire transmission system was changed from 22,000 
volts to 38,000 volts, requiring various sub-station changes. This increase 

2— H.E. 



34 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

in transmission voltage was necessary to provide for reduction in transmission 
losses and to improve voltage regulation under the steady load-growth con- 
ditions which have taken place on this system during the past years. 

The average load sold to all customers, including war industries, showed 
an increase of 5.8 per cent. Loads in municipalities increased by 4.9 per 
cent and rural power districts by 0.1 per cent. 

General engineering assistance was given to all urban municipalities of 
the Georgian Bay system respecting the operation and management of their 
local Hydro utilities. Certain municipalities received special assistance re- 
specting matters briefly mentioned below: 

Colling wood — Plans were prepared for regrouping the municipahty's 
feeder equipment in the substation, and all obsolete equipment was replaced. 

Lucknow — The primary distribution system was renovated and the 
voltage increased from 4,000 to 8,000 volts. 

Ripley — The primary distribution system was renovated and the voltage 
increased from 4,000 to 8,000 volts. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



The load growth on the Eastern Ontario system continued in accordance 
with estimates until October 1942 when a very definite drop took place. 
This decrease amounted to nearly 5 per cent of the September load and was 
due to restrictions under the Dominion Power Controller's orders which were 
issued on September 20, and also to the response of the householder to an 
appeal by this Commission for economy in the use of power. This decrease, 
together with the fact that the Commission's new generating plant at Barrett 
Chute on the Madawaska river is now developing approximately 54,000 
horsepower, places the Eastern system in a more favourable position to carry 
the yearly peak load of the system which will occur in November or December 
of this year. 

While the output of the generating stations may be sufficient, the ca- 
pacity of the Commission's lines and stations presents ever recurring local 
problems; existing war industries expand beyond all previous expectation in 
one locality, and in another area new war loads start up where none existed 
before. This year the Commission constructed nine miles of 110,000- volt 
line into territory never served before, in order to supply an important war 
industry, while at the other end of the system in an already heavily loaded 
district, 15 miles of 44,000- volt line were needed to provide additional capacity 
for the transmission system. The Commission also constructed some miles 
of 4,000- volt lines at the request of the Department of Mines and Resources, 
to assist in the development of Fluorspar Mines. This material is now of 
pressing importance in the steel and aluminum industries. 

Increase in transformer capacity was only undertaken at those points 
where war loads demanded such increase. In all cases of added transformer 
and transmission line capacity the present shortage of materials is a serious 
factor, and before such work was undertaken, the permission of the Metals 
Controller of Canada was always obtained, according to the regulations laid 
down. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 35 

The total average load sold to all customers, including war industries, 
increased 10.8 per cent. Loads in municipalities increased 5.2 per cent and 
in rural power districts by 7.4 per cent. 

Engineering assistance was given to municipalities in connection with 
the operation and management of their local Hydro utilities. Certain 
municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance regarding 
matters referred to below: 

Belleville — The capacity of the municipal station was increased by 
750-kv-a. 

Hastings — Arrangements were concluded with the municipahty for a 
joint superintendent to operate the municipal utiHty and the surrounding 
rural district. 

Kingston — The local distribution system was extended and a new sub- 
station designed. 

Lindsay— Plans for handling a large additional load in the Lindsay 
arsenal were worked out with the co-operation of the local Commission. 

Napanee — Approval was given for the purchase and renovation of an 
existing building for use as an office and store-room by the local Commission. 

Trenton — Installation of a new water-heater control system was made. 

^ Tweed — A new building was purchased by the Commission to act as a 
3 joint rural and municipal office. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The Thunder Bay system serves the cities of Port Arthur and Fort 
,William, the rural districts adjacent thereto, and the mining areas at Beard- 
|more and Longlac. Two hydro-electric generating plants on the Nipigon 
|river supply power. In addition to the municipal utilities' requirements, the 
'major portion of the primary power supply on the Thunder Bay system is 
^taken up by three types of industry, all of which are heavy power users, viz: 
'.the pulp and paper industry; the grain trade, inclusive of large terminal 
Elevators and storage houses, and the gold mining industry. Although the 
jgrain trade and mining operations, and to some extent the pulp and paper 
jindustry, have been greatly curtailed, due to war conditions, the pulp and 
'paper industry has shown some improvement in the past year. Improved 
>t ream-flow conditions resulted in an increase in the secondary power sup- 
plied to the pulp and paper industry for electric-steam generation for process 
burposes. 

Power is purchased from the Kaministiquia Power Company to supple- 
iient the available output of the Nipigon river plants of this Commission in 
supplying the requirements of the Thunder Bay system. Power is used for 
ar purposes in connection with shipbuilding and aeroplane construction. 
The total average load sold to all customers increased 5.9 per cent. 
Engineering assistance concerning local operating problems was given to 
he Port Arthur, Fort William and Nipigon village Commissions, and all the 
>perating mines in the district were visited periodically for the purpose of 
endering assistance in power supply problems. 



36 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

I 

The Northern Ontario Properties provide electrical service for that por- 
tion of the Province lying north of the French river and west of the Quebec 
boundary, excluding the area served by the Thunder Bay system. Four 
districts, Abitibi, Sudbury, Nipissing and Patricia, are served with power, 
chiefly for mining purposes and for communities dependent upon the mines. 
The Hydro- Electric Power Commission of Ontario operates these various 
properties in trust for the Province. The cities of Sudbury and North Bay 
and the towns of Capreol and Sioux Lookout own and operate their local 
distribution systems, purchasing power from the Commission at fixed rates. 
Rural power districts are also served including one on Manitoulin island. 

The Abitibi district includes the mining areas of Porcupine, Kirklanc 
Lake, Matachewan and Shiningtree and a portion of the Sudbury area 
Power is supplied at 25 cycles from a generating plant on the Abitibi river at 
Abitibi canyon. Most of the output of this plant is delivered to gold miner 
and two large nickel mines. The average load decreased during the year 
by 3.7 per cent. 

The Sudbury district includes the city of Sudbury and adjacent rurai 
areas. Power is supplied from three generating plants on the Wanapite 
river and from one plant on the Sturgeon river. Service is supplied at 6( 
cycles for domestic and commercial purposes in the city of Sudbury, and foi 
mining operations to two large nickel mines. The average load in this dis- 
trict increased by 6.5 per cent. 

The Nipissing district includes the city of North Bay and adjaceni 
rural areas. Power is supplied from three generating plants on the South 
river, operated at 60 cycles, and is used almost exclusively for domestic anc 
commercial purposes in urban and rural districts. The average load in thie 
district increased by 4.8 per cent. 

The Patricia district includes the mining areas of Red Lake, Womar 
Lake and Pickle Lake. Power is supplied from generating plants at Eai 
Falls on the English river and at Rat Rapids on the Albany river. Service 
is supplied at 60 cycles for gold mining purposes, with some power utilizec 
by the pulp and paper industry, and for domestic and commercial purpose.' 
in the town of Sioux Lookout. The average load decreased during the yeai, 
by 16.1 per cent. 

The combined average peak demand for the fiscal year 1942 for thes( 
four districts was 202,043 horsepower, a reduction of 7,450 horsepower. Th( 
reduction was due to mines closing down on account of exhausted ore bodies 
or to mines suspending or greatly reducing production due to war conditions 
Some of the load reduction was offset by large increases in the demands o 
the two nickel mines also due to war conditions. The total combined load^ 
of the two nickel companies is almost 100,000 horsepower. The machine 
shops of the various gold mines are working on Bits and Pieces war work. 

Engineering assistance concerning power supply problems was given tc 
the cities and towns served, and the various mining properties were visitec 
by the Commission's engineers for the same purpose. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 37 



SECTION IV 

RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
IN ONTARIO 



DURING the year 1942, the Commission was unable to undertake large 
rural extensions, due to the necessity of conserving construction ma- 
terial for war purposes. Near the end of the previous year most rural con- 
struction closed, except where service was required in connection with war 
industries. However, it was necessary to complete a number of small ex- 
tensions which had been undertaken in 1941 and in addition a very limited 
number of extensions were arranged for in 1942, because of war industries. 

The land area of the Province of Ontario extends over a vast territory 
of 363,282 square miles, of which about 35,700 square miles are occupied for 
agriculture. The total rural population in the area served by The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, or in adjacent areas within transmission distance 
of the Commission's power supply, is approximately 1,100,000. 

There are 120 operating rural power districts, and power is delivered to 
approximately 135,100 rural consumers, comprising farms and dwellings in 
various groups. The consumers are situated in 434 organized townships; 
23 unorganized townships and 119 police villages, villages and small towns 
and are served over a network of rural primary lines which aggregate 20,072 
miles. In addition to the 457 townships served by rural power districts, 
10 townships are served jointly by rural power districts and voted areas. 

During the past year the mileage of rural line extensions approved for 
construction in rural power districts in Ontario was 27. In all, 3,942 con- 
sumers were added. 

The average aggregate peak load * supplied to all rural Hydro consumers, 
including war industries in rural areas in the Province, amounted to 86,552 
j horsepower, an increase of 6.4 per cent over 1941. 

The delivery of power was considerably reduced toward the end of the 
year, due to the curtailment of power as provided by the order of the Dom- 
inion Power Controller, and to voluntary economies by consumers. Thus 

I the aggregate peak load for the month of October was reduced from 88,796, 

Sestablished in 1941, to 84,032 in 1942. 

*Average aggregate peak load is the summation of the twelve monthly peak loads for each 
^nd all rural power districts, divided by twelve. 



38 



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No. 26 



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erroneous, however, to conclude that hydro-electric service will eventually 
extend to such a number of farms. Approximately ten per cent of these are 
very small, and service to them, if available, is supplied by the Commission 
under rates applicable to non-farm classes. There are also large numbers of 
farms jointly owned and tenanted, some having no residential buildings on 
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1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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sumers required a minimum of three farm contracts per mile of primary line 
the Commission made surveys in various parts of the Province and estimated 
that approximately 75,000 standard or large farms would comprise the prob- 
able ultimate total of farms that could be served on this basis. Since that 
time new regulations have been made permitting service on the basis of two 
farms per mile, which necessarily has increased the number of additional 
farms that may be served. 

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lines during the coming year will be limited to war industries. 



40 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



Recent estimates of the major electrical appliances used in rural dis- 
dricts are set out in the following table: 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES IN USE AMONG FARM CONSUMERS IN 
RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Data for all systems for the year 1941 



On the farm 



Item 



Motor 

Pump 

Grain grinder 

Milking machine 

Milk cooler 

Cream separator 

Churn 

Incubator 

Brooder 

Hot bed 

Water heater, flat rate 
Water heater, metered 
Miscellaneous 



Number 

of 
appliances 



11,692 

9,725 

4,018 

3,201 

1,473 

4,915 

646 

798 

1,329 

63 

154 

89 

757 



Percentage 

of 
saturation 



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15.7 
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5.2 
2.4 
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2.1 
0.1 
0.2 
0.1 
1.2 



In the farm home 



Item 



Range 

Hot plate 

Washer 

Vacuum cleaner 

Water heater, flat rate 
Water heater, metered 

Grate 

Portable air heater.. . . 

Ironer 

Hand irons 

Refrigerator 

Toaster 

Radio 

Furnace blower 

Pump 

Miscellaneous 



Number 

of 
appliances 



11,781 

14,111 

39,635 

10,117 

2,815 

1,380 

525 

4,848 

900 

49,037 

10,375 

34,150 

48,445 

1,318 

9,973 

2,044 



Percentage 

of 
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22.8 

63.9 

16.3 

4.5 

2.2 

0.8 

7.8 

1.4 

79.1 

16.7 

55.1 

78.1 

2.1 

16.1 

3.3 



The following table makes comparison between rural and urban use: 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES IN USE IN HOMES OF URBAN AND RURAL 

CONSUMERS— 1941 



Electrical 
appliance 



R.P.D. Hamlet 



Number 

of 
appliances 



Percentage 

of 
saturation 



R.P.D. Farm 



Number 

of 
appliances 



Percentage 

of 
saturation 



Urban 



Number 

of 
appliances 



Percentage 

of 
saturation 



Range 

Hot plate 

Washer 

Vacuum cleaner 

Water heater, flat rate . 
Water heater, metered . 

Grate 

Air heater 

Ironer 

Iron 

Refrigerator 

Toaster 

Radio 

Furnace blower 

Grill 

Pump 

Air conditioner 

Miscellaneous 



6,760 
13,043 
27,423 

9,056 

2,239 

1,177 
417 

3,992 

877 

40,171 

9,247 
28,252 
39,617 

1,188 



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53.3 

17.6 

4.3 

2.3 

0.8 

7.7 

0.9 

78.0 

18.0 

54.9 

77.0 

2.3 



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11,781 
14,111 
39,635 
10,117 

2,815 

1,380 
525 

4,848 
900 
49,037 
10,375 
34,150 
48,445 

1,318 



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19.0 

22.8 

63.9 

16.3 

4.5 

2.2 

0.8 

7.8 

1.4 

79.1 

16.7 

55.1 

78.1 

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172,487 

105,627 

289,856 

202,270 

74,206 

66,029 

38,378 

159,408 

18,500 

528,504 

127,539 

361,897 

467,536 

36,848 

55,638 



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6.9 
28.6 

3.3 
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22.9 
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84.0 

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1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



Standard Number of Consumers per Mile 

Effective May 1, 1938, the Commission received authority by Order-in- 
Council to construct rural primary Unes on a basis of two farms per mile 
under existing rates. This new basis does not include service to summer 
cottages, which remains on the previous basis of contracts equivalent to 
three farms per mile. The standard number of consumers required per mile 
varies according to the class of service rendered. For this purpose a unit 
rating is allocated to each class of consumer. A total of ten units per mile 
made up by various classes of consumers is required before construction 
work is undertaken. 

Note : As previously indicated no construction is being undertaken except to 
or because of war industries. 



The following table shows the number of units for each class of service : 





Service 


Units per class applicable to 
number per mile — May 1, 1938 


Class of 
consumer 


A — Regular rural 
consumers 


B — Summer cottage 
consumers 




Units per 
contract 


Contracts 
per mile 


Units per 
contract 


Contracts 
per mile 


IB 


Hamlet lighting 


2.25 

3.75 

1.9 

3.5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 


4.4 

2.7 

5.3 

2.9 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 


1.5 
2.5 
1.25 
2.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
3.35 
• 3.35 


6 7 


IC 


Hamlet lighting (range) 


4 


2A 


House lighting 


8 


2B 
3 

4 
5 

6A 
6B 

7A 
7B 


Small farm service (50 acres or less).. 
Light farm service (over 50 acres) . . . 
Medium farm service (single-phase).. 
Medium farm service (three-phase) . . 
Heavy farm service (single-phase) . . . 
Heavy farm service (three-phase) .... 
Special farm service (single-phase) . . . 
Special farm service (three-phase) . . . 


4.3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



Cabin Service 

Arrangements were made during 1940 to provide the Commission's 
rural customers with electric service to cabins at special rates, which call for 
a service charge of 30 cents gross per cabin per month and five kilowatt-hours 
extra per cabin per month to be added to the first kilowatt-hour block. The 
rates are subject to the usual ten per cent discount for prompt payment. 
This cabin service is supplementary to the regular supply contract and 
applies to the months of June, July, August and September of each year. 



Maximum Consumption Charge 

The Commission has found that the maximum economic limit of the 
first domestic use through the rural power districts of the Province is 6 cents 



42 



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No. 26 



per kilowatt-hour. In all rural power districts the first consumption rate is 
fixed at a maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour. The second rate has a 
maximum of 2 cents per kilowatt-hour which applies to all districts. 



Low Third Consumption Rate for Long-hour Users 

In 1934 the Commission made available for rural consumers a special 
energy rate for long-hour users of power. This low rate particularly affects 
under-earth heating (hot-beds) and heating of water. Where the extra use 
of energy may be obtained from the present equipment, a third follow-up 
rate per kilowatt-hour of 0.75 cents gross is given in all districts. The first 
rate remains unchanged, except that as pointed out above it is subject to a 
maximum of 6 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the kilowatt-hours to be charged 
at the first rate remain unchanged. The number of kilowatt-hours to be 
charged at the second rate varies both with the class of service and the first 
kilowatt-hour rate. At the head of the table of rural rates, at the end of 
this section, is a schedule which shows the class of service, the number of 
kilowatt-hours per month to be charged for at the first rate, and the number 
of kilowatt-hours at the second rate according to the governing first rate. 
The classification of services for rural power districts is given on page 45. 



Average Cost to Rural Consumers Decreasing 

The remarkable benefits obtained by rural communities in regard to the 
amount charged to them during the period 1928 to 1941 are indicated in the 
following tables: 



HAMLET^AND HOUSE LIGHTING SERVICE 
Classes IB, IC and 2A 















Average 




Annual 


Kilowatt- 


Number of 


Average 


Average 


monthly 




Revenue 


hours 


consumers 


revenue 


monthly 


consump- 






consumed 


billed* 


per kw-hr. 


bill 


tion — 
kw-hr. 




$ c. 






cents 


$ c 




1928 


530,407.00 


10,702,031 


17,585 


4.95 


2.51 


50.7 


1929 


663,311.00 


14,424,770 


21,219 


4.60 


2.85 


62.0 


1930 


757,558.00 


17,815,987 


25,013 


4.25 


2.73 


64.2 


1931 


974,224.17 


22,127,474 


31,176 


4.40 


2.88 


65.6 


1932 


1,075,081.03 


24,654,386 


33,638 


4.36 


2.76 


63.3 


1933 


1,133,368.70 


25,410,470 


35,941 


4.46 


2.70 


60.1 


1934 


1,149,876.67 


27,768,460 


37,466 


4.14 


2.61 


63.0 


1935 


1,171,873.28 


30,802,290 


39,751 


3.80 


2.53 


66.5 


1936 


1,239,010.83 


35,666,241 


43,014 


3.47 


2.49 


71.8 


1937 


1,331,919.46 


40,935,040 


46,785 


3.25 


2.47 


76.0 


1938 


1,439,681.39 


47,612,820 


52,514 


3.02 


2.42 


79.9 


1939 


1,649,496.29 


54,787,544 


58,328 


3.01 


2.36 


78.3 


1940 


1,812,550.33 


60,839,240 


62,973 


2.98 


2.40 


80.5 


1941 


1,995,468.46 


67,587,082 


67,939 


2.95 


2.45 


82.9 



*See footnote to next table. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



FARM SERVICE 
Classes 2B, 3, 4, 5, 6A, 6B, 7A and 7B 















Average 




Annual 


Kilowatt- 


Number of 


Average 


Average 


monthly 


Year 


revenue 


hours 


consumers 


revenue 


monthly 


consump- 






consumed 


billed* 


per kw-hr. 


bill 


tion — 
kw-hrs. 




$ c. 






cents 


$ c 




1928 


569,007.00 


10,969,828 


9,309 


5.18 


4.97 


96 


1929 


777,736.00 


16,022,842 


12,605 


4.85 


5.85 


121 


1930 


863,805.00 


20,507,063 


16,011 


4.21 


5.03 


119 


1931 


1,128,554.28 


25,716,141 


20,796 


4.39 


5.11 


116 


1932 


1,255,482.13 


28,675,400 


22,432 


4.38 


4.84 


110 


1933 


1,309,122.96 


30,062,194 


23,283 


4.35 


4.75 


109 


1934 


1,319,922.69 


33,312,314 


23,882 


3.96 


4.66 


118 


1935 


1,343,222.39 


37,667,453 


25,357 


3.57 


4.55 


128 


1936 


1,385,784.39 


45,447,669 


28,198 


3.05 


4.31 


141 


1937 


1,366,484.50 


54,858,240 


35,508 


2.49t 


3.57 


144t 


1938 


1,711,788.81 


67,886,882 


44,565 


2.52t 


3.56 


141t 


1939 


2,090,259.14 


81,613,087 


53,240 


2.56t 


3.56 


139t 


1940 


2,405,092.40 


93,859,719 


58,728 


2.56t 


3.41 


133t 


1941 


2,690,250.37 


107,061,610 


63,304 


2.51 


3.54 


141 



*It may be observed that the number of consumers reported here does not agree with those 
shown in other sections of the Annual Report of the Commission. This is due to the fact that 
the figures given here represent consumers actually billed, but do not include power or special 
contracts, whereas elsewhere in the Report the tables show the number of contracts executed to 
the end of the fiscal year. In many cases service is not given until the following year. 



fin the period 1937 to 1940, there was an increase in the statistical average revenue per 
kilowatt-hour and a decrease in the statistical average monthly consumption per consumer. 
Actually there was a great increase in the use of electricity by nearly all individual Hydro con- 
sumers and a corresponding decrease to each consumer in the average cost per kilowatt-hour. 
But due to the tremendous growth at this time in new consumers, who for the first few years are 
not equipped to use large quantities of electricity each month, the smaller monthly consumption 
of the new consumers when averaged with the increased use of the older consumers produced per 
consumer averages which obscured the true trends of individual growth in use and individual 
reductions in costs. 



Rural Loans 

Under The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930, authority was given 
to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario to finance the installa- 
tion of wiring and the purchase of specified electrical equipment by rural 
farm consumers. 



Owing to the necessity to conserve funds for war purposes this financing 
was discontinued on October 31, 1940. Up to that time 1,776 loans had 
been granted, amounting to $360,852. Details are as given in previous 
Annual Reports. 

To October 31, 1942, 1,366 loans had been repaid in full, either through 
the maturing of the loan or by being paid in advance by the borrower. 



44 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION DURING 

THE YEAR 1942 


System 


Miles of 

primary 

line 


Net increase in 
number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 
October 

1942 


Capital approved in 
extensions 




Hamlet 
IB&IC 


Farm 
etc. 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 

Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 


10.65 

0.38 

16.41 


2,055 

66 

932 

38 

50 


465 
66 

232. 
29 

9 


2,520 

132 

1,164 

67 

59 


h.p. 
59,725 

6,666 

15,177 

690 

1,774 


S 

324,356 

4,954 

163,612 

10,350 

12,790 


$ 

162,178 

22,118 

81,806 

5,175 

6,395 


Northern Ontario 
Properties 








Totals 


27.44 


3,141 


801 


3,942 


84,032 


556,062 


277,672 


As Approved 


SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 

by the Commission from June 1, 1921, to October 31, 
Constructed or Under Construction 


1942, 



System 


Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for 
extensions 




Hamlet 
IB & 10 


Farm 
etc. 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 

Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 

Northern Ontario 
Properties 


11,756.70 

3,063.43 

4,631.36 

288.98 

331,88 


36,025 

10,390 

13,650 

505 

2,734 


47,722 

8.249 

14,210 

892 

729 


83,746 

18,639 

27,860 

1,397 

3,463 


$ c. 

28.819,096.89 

6,697.519.95 

10,980,089.31 

621,179.00 

1,015,550.00 


$ ' 

14,386,268.4 

3,261,509.4 

5,490,044.6 

310,589..^ 

507,775. ( 


Totals 


*20,072.35 


63,304 


71,802 


135,106 


48,133,435. 15 1 


23,956, 187. (r 



*This total includes 6.49 miles of primary line imder construction on October 31, 1942, li 
service to 947 new consumers (mostly Wartime Housing Ltd.) was not completed until after > 
end of the fiscal year. Construction of 137.70 miles of line, previously approved and subsequer 
held up due to war conditions, are not included in these totals. 

fThese totals include $306,700.00 capital and $153,350.00 grant-in-aid respectively, for 
construction of certain lines, which were approved by the Commission and Provincial Gov( - 
ment by Order-in-Council, but held up due to war conditions. 



In the rate tables on the following pages are listed the names of t 
rural power districts operated by the Commission on October 31, 19 
During the year the Commission, for the purpose of more efficient operati« 
amalgamated, without an increase in rate, a number of districts; this redu(ii 
the total number from 184 to 120. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been 
executed, users of power in townships are supphed with electric service under 
general classes, according to the requirements and conditions of the individual 
consumer, as follows: 



Class 



IB 

IC 

2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

7A 

7B 



Service 



Hamlet Lighting 



Small Farm Service. . . 
Light Farm Service . 

Medium Farm Service 



Heavy Farm Service. 
Special Farm Service. 



Class 
demand 
kilowatts 



Phase 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

1 
lands 

1 
1 and 3 



Volts 



110 
220-110 

110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 
220-110 



Fuse rating 

amperes 
(maximum) 



20 

35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

35 
100 

60 
According to load 
According to load 



Class 1 : Hamlet Service — Includes service to customers (other than farm and power users) 
in hamlets, where four or more consumers are served from one transformer. Service is given 
under two-sub-classes as follows: 



Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores, including use of portable appliances, 
permanently installed appliances not exceeding 1,320 watts. 



and 



Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or ordinary permanently 
installed appliances greater than 1,320 watts. Where a combination of residence and 
store can be supplied from one service, the combination is billed as a single Class 1-C 
consumer. Special or unusual loads will be treated specially. 

Class 2- A: House Lighting — Includes service to all consumers other than farm and power 
users that cannot be grouped as in Class 1. 

Class 2-B: Farm Service, Small— Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 2 horsepower 
and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously, on a farm of fifty acres or less. 

Class 3: Farm Service, Light^ — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for single-phase motors not exceeding 
3 horsepower and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 4: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings 
power for miscellaneous small equipment, and power for single-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 5: Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase^ — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment and power for 3-phase motors up to 5-horsepower 
demand and electric range if motors and range are not used simultaneously. 

Class 6: Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment and power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service will 
be given at the discretion of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class 7: Farm Service, Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single- or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Classes 2B to 7B are designed primarily to cover the service requirements of farmers. 
Consumers other than farmers who require a more comprehensive service with greater demand 
than is provided for in classes IB, IC and 2 A may obtain this service upon payment of the speci- 
fied service charge listed in the table of rates. 

Note: Class 2B is the service usually supplied to farms of fifty acres or less and Class 3 is 
he service usually supplied to larger farms. More than 90 per cent of new contracts for farm 
c>ervice are in one or other of these classes. 



46 



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INCREASED production of war equipment, restricted supplies of power for 
non-essential uses, and growing scarcity of materials again made it im- 
possible to promote uses of electricity other than the most essential. Pro- 
motional services have given place to war services of an essential and helpful 
nature. 

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dustry in the efficient use of electrical power and energy and in its conserva- 
tion. Participation in the **Bits and Pieces" programme of the Dominion 
Government was continued with excellent results, and continuous attention 
was given to the important problem of priorities in the procurement of the 
Commission's essential equipment and material. 

Industrial Work 

The technical service rendered to Ontario industry was enlarged and 
more than 170 industrial plants were benefitted. Fifty-one plant surveys 
were made and the recommendations given not only resulted in a more 
efficient use of electrical power, but secured a greater output from existing 
equipment. 

Under the ''Bits and Pieces" programme the Commission's maintenance 
shops, as sub-contractors to Government prime contractors, produced a sub- 
stantial quantity of various items of war equipment. During the year, a 
total of 24,500 pieces were fabricated and machined. 

Domestic and Rural Activities 

As forecast, the increased requirements of war industries more than 
caught up with the available supplies of power. To avoid a shortage the 
Dominion Power Controller imposed certain restrictions and an appeal was 
made to the public for conservation, especially in the homes. The Commis- 
sion's staff, in co-operation with the municipal Hydro utilities, developed 
and produced a conservation campaign which carried the appeal for power 
conservation to all domestic and commercial consumers. This appeal was 
well received, and resulted in a sufficient saving to enable the conditions in. 
the fall and winter seasons to be met without serious difficulty. 



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REPRESENTATIVE ADVERTISEMENTS USED IN CONSERVATION PROGRAMME 



54 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

During the year, with local utility co-operation, a survey of domestic 
electrical appliances in use was carried out in almost all urban municipalities. 
This survey provided a satisfactory inventory of the equipment in use by 
domestic consumers, and has been of material service to governmental de- 
partments as a guide to the requirements for spare parts and material neces- 
sary to maintain such appliances in operation. 

Lighting 

Advisory service respecting efficient lighting under wartime restrictions 
was made available to industrial and commercial users and was very helpful 
to war industries. It led to increased production, improved quality, and 
lessened spoilage. 

Advertising 

The Commission's advertising during 1942 was largely devoted to guiding 
power conservation along effective lines. The programme utilized the press, 
radio, spot announcements, well placed poster advertising and motion pic- 
tures. In addition, printed matter and advertising were prepared and sup- 
plied to municipal Hydro officials who ably co-operated. 

One of the outstanding features of this conservation campaign was a 
sound motion picture in color, entitled, ''Wardens of Power''. This picture 
developed the reasons for domestic power conservation, and illustrated 
methods by which such savings could be effected. It was shown extensively 
throughout the Province and was presented in approximately 200 theatres. 

Sales of Lamps and Equipment 

Due to the scarcity of materials the sale of appliances and water heating 
equipment, except for replacement and repair, was much lower. The sale of 
Hydro lamps decreased slightly on account of restrictions in commercial and 
street lighting. 

Priorities 

The Sales Promotion staff, to whom has been delegated work resulting 
from priorities regulations, continued to effect clearances in material and 
equipment and was successful in securing the necessary supplies for main- 
tenance, repairs and operation. Assistance was also given to local Hydro 
utilities in their priority problems. 



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SECTION VI 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



THE growth and increasing demands of war industries for electrical power 
were reflected, during 1942, in the continued expansion of the Commis- 
sion's power and water storage developments. 

Two major projects were completed and brought into operation, and 
work on three other large projects was carried on with increased activity. 
In the Eastern Ontario system, the Commission's power resources were aug- 
mented by the completion of the Barrett Chute development which first 
carried commercial load in August. The Bark Lake storage dam which 
regulates the supply of water to the Barrett Chute development went into 
j operation on March 31, 1942. 

Work on the extension of the DeCew Falls generating station has pro- 
ceeded actively and it is expected that this plant will be completed by the 
summer of 1943. On the Niagara river, the construction of the remedial 
weir above the Falls was commenced in March. By means of this weir, the 
water level at the intake of the Queenston-Chippawa power canal will be 
raised and conditions for the generation of electrical power improved. In 
north-western Ontario, the construction of the Ogoki diversion project pro- 
gressed rapidly, and was well advanced by the end of the year. Numerous 
other projects of lesser magnitude were carried out during the year in dif- 
ferent sections of the Province for regulating and augmenting water storage, 
' and rehabilitating existing structures and equipment. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

DeCew Falls Development 

The decision to proceed with the DeCew Falls development was reached 
early in 1941, following an agreement between the Governments of Canada 
and the United States for the immediate use for power at Niagara Falls by 
the Province of Ontario of additional waters equivalent in quantity to the 
diversion from the James Bay basin into the Great Lakes system. The 
electrical demands of war industries made it evident that the construction 
of new sources of power was imperative. The location of a new power plant 
at DeCew Falls was feasible, both from the viewpoint of economy, and from 
the fact that many war industries were in close proximity. 



56 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Situated on the outskirts of the city of St. Catharines, with the intake 
at Allanburg on the Welland ship canal and the outlet at Port Dalhousie or 
lake Ontario, the development traverses a district which is highly indus 
trialized. Consequently, an unusually large number of problems were en 
countered involving public utilities and private establishments, and mucl 
attention has necessarily been paid to that phase of the work. The pro 
tection of private property, the reconstruction and new construction o 
bridges and roadways, and the relocation of all types of underground anc 
overhead services are involved in this power project. 

Three private contractors, as well as the Commission's constructioi 
forces, are actively engaged in various features of the work. The construe 
tion of intake channels and structure constitute one contract and work oi 
this phase of the project has proceeded rapidly. The new intake structun 
will be located about one mile north of the old intake and approximateh' 
one-quarter of a mile from the Welland ship canal, being connected there t( 
by an intake channel. The reinforced concrete intake control structure wil 
contain six butterfly valves each of 7-foot diameter, by means of which tb 
flow of water will be regulated and measured. It is anticipated that thi 
contract will be completed by June 30, 1943. 

From the intake structure the water flows into and through a series o 
reservoirs at present serving the original DeCew Falls plant, the main on 
being known as lake Gibson. Dykes and earth embankments along the& 
reservoirs are being raised and strengthened to accommodate higher wate 
levels. Two canals totalling some 4,500 feet in length, conveying the wate 
from the reservoirs to the head works at the edge of the escarpment, wer 
nearing completion by the end of the year. 

Concrete work on the substructure of the head works was commence* 
during the late summer, and on the power house about the end of the fiscc 
year, provision being made in these structures for the future installation c 
further units. Rubble-stone facing on the downstream side of the powe 
house is a pleasing feature, designed to blend it architecturally with th 
rugged nature of the escarpment. 

The present work is proceeding for the installation of one 65,000-horse 
power, 25-cycle unit, which will operate under an initial head of 265 feei 
The existing DeCew Falls plant generates about 50,000 horsepower at 
frequency of 66-2/3 cycles. The new plant is about 600 feet east of th 
old one. 

To ensure that there should be no delay in delivery of the turbine, an 
in order to place existing equipment where load demands are most seven 
it was decided to utilize one of Abitibi Canyon units. Accordingly one ( 
the units was dismantled in the spring, and certain parts of the turbine wer 
transported to the site of the work. The remaining turbine parts and th 
generator and associated electrical equipment will be delivered as soon z 
the new plant is in readiness to receive them. 

A 16.5-foot diameter steel penstock some 465 feet long will conve 
water to the unit and an elbow type draft tube will discharge to the tailrac( 
Shop work on the fabrication of the penstock was nearly completed an 
erection was commenced by the end of the calendar year. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 57 




DECEW FALLS— NEW DEVELOPMENT 
Excavation for 25-cycle generating station — June 1942 



The excavation of the tailrace channel is completed with the exception 
jof an earth barrier between it and Twelve Mile creek. Improvements in 
jTwelve Mile creek and the construction of a number of rock-filled weirs are 
[being carried out under a separate contract and work has proceeded on 
pese items since early spring. Channels are trapezoidal in shape and vary 
p width from 50 to 130 feet. They are designed for maximum flows varying 
jfrom 5,700 cubic feet of water per second immediately below the plant to 
1,400 cubic feet of water per second at Port Dalhousie. This is essentially 
dredging contract, but land-based equipment was being employed to sup- 
plement the dredge toward the end of the year. This phase of the work is 
:heduled for completion by the early summer of 1943. 

Twelve Mile creek enters the channel of the second Welland canal just 
jelow lock No. 3, within the limits of the city of St. Catharines. From this 
junction to Port Dalhousie harbour, the water will follow the canal, in 

t'hich enlargement of the channel is necessary at certain points, rip rap 
rotection being provided where necessary. At lock No. 2, the canal passes 
he plant of the Welland Vale Manufacturing Company. Here extensive 
jchannel improvements are being carried out by the Commission's construc- 
tion staff, involving the removal of the old lock and the construction of a 
feir designed to maintain proper water levels in the channels upstream 
herefrom. 

A third contract covers the construction of a control structure and re- 
lated works at Port Dalhousie. Work was commenced in September and 
ixcavation operations were proceeding rapidly at the end of the year. A 
bncrete highway bridge, outlet channel and outlet control structure in which 
wo electrically-operated Taintor gates will be installed, are included in this 
bntract. 

It is anticipated that the new power plant will go on commercial load 
1 the summer of 1943. 



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OGOKI DIVERSION PROJECT 
Main Waboose dam and construction camp 



Ogoki River Diversion 

By the end of the fiscal year, the development to divert the upper watei 
of the Ogoki river from the James Bay watershed to the Great Lakes systei 
was well advanced. All the major hydraulic structures were completec 
the main diversion dam at Watoose rapids being placed in service in Augus 
The new Jackfish river viaduct of the Canadian National Railways will ha\ 
been completed and opened to passenger traffic by November 20. \\/ith tl" 
completion of the Jackfish river channel improvements, scheduled for ear] 
summer, 1943, it will be possible to divert southerly to lake Nipigon an 
the Great Lakes, almost all of the run-off above Waboose dam amountir 
to 4,000 cubic feet of water per second. 

Waboose dam, the diversion dam on the m.ain stream and by far tl 
largest dam in the project, is of concrete construction with two compactc 
earth fill side dams, the total length being approximately 1,425 feet. Twel\ 
sluiceways, 21 feet high and 16 feet wide, regulate the level of the impound( 
water. A second concrete dam, known as the Summit dam, situated at tl 
height of land, between the Albany river and Great Lakes drainage basir 
was completed in 1941, and other dams of compacted earth embankmc] 
design were completed at Chappais lake and Snake creek during 1942. Wi 
the exception of a canal at the Canadian National Railways crossing of tl 
Jackfish river, channel excavation and improvements were also complet( 
during the year. 

Active work on the foundations of the Jackfish river viaduct was cor 
menced in November, 1941, and concrete piers and abutments were rea( 
for the erection of the steel superstructure by September, 1942. The brid 
is of plate girder design, with steel towers varying in height from 30 feet 
72 feet. As a conservation measure it was built of steel salvaged fro 
other bridges dismantled in recent years. The total length is approximate 
800 feet and the spans vary in length from 59 feet to 99 feet. 

Dismantling of the old bridge will be completed by the end of the cale 
dar year, and it will then be possible to carry on channel improvemer 
without restrictions. 



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OGOKI DIVERSION PROJECT 
New bridge over Little Jackfish river, completed October 1942 

Niagara River Remedial Weir 

By an exchange of notes between the Governments of Canada and the 
United States in October, 1941, additional diversions of water from the 
Niagara river were agreed upon to the extent of 6,000 cubic feet per second 
in Canada and 7, 500 cubic feet per second in the United States. In view of 
these additional diversions, it was considered necessary to proceed with the 
construction of rerredial works in 1942. 

Essentially, the works consist of a submerged weir in the Chippawa- 
Grass Island pool designed to raise the water level in the pool to approxi- 
mately the level existing before the additional diversions were made. The 
weir is intended primarily to improve conditions for the generation of power 
on both sides of the Niagara river. It also forms part of a comprehensive 
scheme to improve scenic conditions. 

In co-operation with United States Government engineers, construction 
was actively commenced in March, 1942. The work consists mainly of 
placing in the river, stone of different sizes, varying from core stone of ap- 
proximately one-quarter ton to facing stone of from three to eight tons. 
Rock is being placed in the weir by means of a cableway supported by steel 
towers 2,600 feet apart, one being on the Canadian shore of the river, and 
the other on an artificial island connected to Goat island by a causeway 
some 2,200 feet in length. The work, it is expected, will be completed early 
in 1943, and the total tonnage of rock placed will be approximately 27,000 
tons. 

Ottawa River Sites 

Negotiations in respect to undeveloped Ottawa river power sites have 
proceeded actively throughout the year, and detailed studies, and field and 
foundation investigations of the Des Joachims power site have been in pro- 
gress since early spring. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Eugenia Falls 

A major programmic of rehabilitating the number two pipe line at the 
Eugenia Falls development was commenced during the fall. The work 



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consisted mainly of the dismantling of the old pipe line; the ballasting and 
grading of the foundations; the erection of approximately 2,800 feet of new 
wood-stave pipe line, 3 feet 10 inches in diameter; and the pouring of 540 
feet of concrete pipe. Dismantling was commenced on September 23, and 
the new pipe line was scheduled to be in service on December 8. 

Trethewey Falls 

The reconstruction of the draft tube at the Trethewey Falls plant was 
another rehabilitation job of major proportions carried out in the Georgian 
Bay system. In the early summer, it was found necessary to replace the 
old bell-shaped steel draft tube, and dismantling was commenced in July. 
The most feasible type of replacement was considered to be a concrete draft 
tube of the elbow type incorporating a new steel throat liner. The Com- 
mission's construction forces executed the work, and the plant was expected 
to be again in service on November 21, 1942. 




BIG EDDY DEVELOPMENT 
GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Big Eddy Development 

This development, containing two units with a total capacity of 10,000 
horsepower, was placed in operation in November, 1941. During the past 
year, automatic control equipment was installed to allow remote control 
operations from Ragged Rapids. A full description of the development 
appeared in a previous report. 



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EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Barrett Chute Developnrent 

The first of a series of carefully correlated power developments which it 
is proposed to construct on the Madawaska river, was completed in 1942, 
and began to carry commercial load early in August. This development, 
bearing the name of one of the early settlers in the locality, is known as the 
Barrett Chute development, and is situated at the head of Calabogie lake, 
some thirty miles above the confluence of the Madawaska river with the 
Ottawa river. The development operates under a gross head of 154 feet 
and has a rated capacity of 54,000 electrical horsepower. 

At the site of the development, the river follows a wide semi-circular 
course, dropping through a series of falls and rapids, among them High Falls 
and Barrett Chute, before entering Calabogie lake, and these natural features 
lend themselves to a conventional scheme of development. The main dam 
is located at the head of the rapids, and about 550 feet up the left bank of 
the river, the power canal cuts diametrally across to the headworks from 
which two steel penstocks lead to the power house situated on the shore of 
the lake close to the mouth of the river. A rocky point effectively protects 
the power house and tailrace from the discharge of the river during flood 
periods. A general plan of the development is shown below. 

The main dam is of the gravity type, has a length of 1,100 feet, a maxi- 
mum height of 97 feet and a total content of 62,000 cubic yards of concrete. 
Toward one end, adjacent to the right hand bank of the river, eight sluice- 
ways, 16 feet wide, provide means of discharging surplus flood waters down 




BARRETT CHUTE. DEVELOPMENT 

ON THE 

MADAWASKA RIVER 



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BARRETT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT— MADAWASKA RIVER 
Power canal before admission of water 



the natural course of the river. Two of the sluices have sills 30 feet, and 
the remainder 20 feet, below headwater level. They are equipped with 
stoplogs and a power driven winch and provision is made for the future in- 
stallation of an electrically operated steel gate in one of the shallower sluices. 

A 4- foot by 8- foot arched tunnel, running through the dam near its base, 
serves the dual purpose of access for inspection, and of intercepting and 
conveying seepage water to points of outlet. To reduce foundation seepage 
to a minimum, a comprehensive scheme of pressure grouting was carried out 
in order to seal any faults or fine cracks in the rock under the dam and im- 
mediately upstream from it. 

During construction of the dam, the river flow passed through two un- 
watering sluices near the base, each sluice being 20 feet square. On com- 
pletion of the remainder of the development, these were closed by steel gates 
and filled with concrete. The steel gates were then raised and transferred 
to the control structure in the power canal. After closure, the water level 
at the dam was raised approximately 70 feet above its natural level, flooding 
the valley upstream for a distance of 8 miles to the foot of Mountain Chute 
and creating a storage pond having an area of 3,700 acres and a permissible 
drawdown of 8 feet. 

The power canal leading from this pond has a length of 2,150 feet ana 
follows a straight course from entrance to the head works. It is 38 feet wide, 
rectangular in shape and involved 213,000 cubic yards of excavation, 80 per 
cent of which was rock. The maximum depth of cut was 78 feet. The 
velocity of flow at full plant capacity is about 4.35 feet per second. A con- 
trol structure is built near the upstream end to enable its dewatering when 
necessary. Toward the downstream end the side walls diverge slightly to 
form the forebay in front of the headworks. 

The headworks structure is of reinforced concrete, 80 feet wide, 50 feet 
long and 40 feet in height. Here four electrically operated steel head gates 



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BARRETT CHUTE DEV E LOPM ENT— M ADA WASKA RIVER 
Control sluices at entrance to power canal 



f control the flow into the penstocks. The penstocks are of steel, 14 feet in 
i diameter and 549 feet long. They follow a uniform grade and are completely 
encased in concrete. 



The power house, built clcse to the shore of the lake, is 69 feet wide 
and 106 feet long, has a brick superstructure and houses two generating 
units, the turbines of Allis-Chambers' design, having a rated capacity of 
28,000 horsepower each under a head of 150 feet and a speed of 163.6 revolu- 
tions per minute. They are installed in rivetted steel spiral casings encased 
in the substructure concrete and equipped with Woodward governors and 




BARRETT CHUTE DEVELOPM ENT— M ADAWASKA RIVER 
General view of power house, penstocks and Calabogle lake 



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BARK LAKE DAM— M ADAWASKA RIVER 

Concrete section under construction November 1941, from downstream. South bulkhead 

wall on left, sluiceway section on right 



water lubricated lignum vitae guide bearings. The generators, built by th 
Canadian General Electric Company, are rated at 24,000 kv-a at 13,20 
volts. From the turbines, water is discharged through elbow type drai 
tubes to a short tailrace and thence into Calabogie lake. 

Construction commenced in September, 1940, the initial work consistin 
of the building of a road 23.^ miles long connecting the site with the Provincic 
highway. The main dam was completed, except for closure of the unwaterin 
sluices, in the fall of 1941 and the plant came into service in August, 194! 
the first unit carrying commercial load on the sixth, and the second on th 
twenty-fifth of the month. 



Bark Lake Dam 

The scheme of power development on the Madawaska river includes 
number of water storage developments, and one of these, the Bark Lat 
storage dam, was completed during the spring of 1942. The new dam 
situated about one mile downstream from the foot of Bark lake, about i 
miles upstream from Barrett Chute, and replaces an old rock-filled cri 
structure. 

This work was carried out by contract and consists mainly of an eart 
fill dam with a concrete control section comprising five sluiceways of tl 
conventional type and, at a lower level, four conduits, 66 inches in diamete 
controlled by butterfly valves. The five main sluices are 16 feet wide, ha^ 
sills 20 feet below headwater level and are equipped with stop-logs and 
power driven winch. (See frontispiece). 

The new dam will raise the level of Bark lake 25 feet over its old max 
mum level, and will create a reservoir having storage range of over 30 fe< 
and a capacity of approximately 300,000 acre-feet. The flooding of lan( 
caused thereby, made necessary the relocation of 15 miles of provinci; 
highway, including the construction of a new bridge, and the moving t 
higher ground of several important buildings in the village of Madawask; 
It was also necessary to reconstruct a railway bridge and to remove all rai 
way facilities, including a round house formerly located in the village. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 65 




BARK LAKE DAM— M ADAWASKA RIVER 
Upstream face with water five feet below maximum level 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Dasserat Lake Diversion 

Some years ago the natural flow of Dasserat lake was diverted by lum- 
bering interests from the Abitibi river system into the Ottawa river system. 
It has been considered for some tim.e that this was not a satisfactory condi- 
tion, and steps were taken for the restoration of the natural condition. 

Dasserat lake is in the province of Quebec, and negotiations for approval 
of the work were conducted between the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. 
The work was carried out under a tripartite agreement between the Trustee, 
Receiver and Liquidator of the Abitibi Power and Paper Company, the 
Nipissing Central Railway and The Hydro-Electric Power Comm.ission. 

Four compacted earth fill dams having a total length of 2,300 feet, 
together with channel improvements, comprise this project which was carried 
out by contract. Work was commenced in May, 1942, and the diversion 
was completed by November. 

Sudbury and Nipissing Districts 

Additional water storage for the benefit of Crystal Falls generating sta- 
tion was provided on the Sturgeon river by the completion of Tomiko lake 
and Wicksteed lake dams during the winter of 1941-1942. Both dams are 
of the rock-filled timber crib type, and, in addition, Tomiko dam contains a 
concrete sluiceway section. Wicksteed dam went into operation in Novem- 
ber, 1941, and Tomiko dam in March, 1942. 



HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 

Studies to increase the output of various plants have been carried out 
during 1942, and in this connection the installation of new units at the 
Alexander and Calabogie generating stations were considered. Hydraulic 
studies of the Niagara plants have also been made with a view to increasing 
their output. On the Madawaska, further consideration was given to power 
and storage developments, and the rehabilitation of several small storage 
dams was carried out. The operations of main storage reservoirs were super- 
vised and the routine collection of hydrometric data continued. 

Engineering assistance on hydraulic problems was afforded various 
public bodies throughout the year. 

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SECTION VII 



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



CONSTRUCTION work during 1942 continued on a large scale, chiefly 
for the supply of power to munitions factories, air fields and other mili- 
tary installations. More than 50,000-kv-a generator capacity was placed 
in service in 1942 and a further 50,000-kv-a is being installed for operation 
in 1943. 

The capacity of the new 220,000-volt transformer station at Burlington 
is being increased 50 per cent and 120,000-kv-a synchronous condenser 
capacity has been purchased for installation in 1943. 

Additional transformer capacity exceeding 100,000-kv-a was installed 
at transformer stations of the Niagara system and a net capacity of 41,000- 
kv-a in 45 distributing stations throughout the Province. 

A 47,000-kv-a bank of transformers is being installed at Chats Falls 
generating station to facilitate the transfer of power between the Eastern 
Ontario and Niagara systems, through the frequency-changer at this station. 

The transmission voltage of a large section of the Georgian Bay system 
was changed from 22,000 to 38,000 volts, materially increasing the capacity 
of the circuits. 

More than sixty-five miles of transmission circuits were erected during 
the year and forty-three miles of rural feeders were completed to give service 
to 2,905 additional customers. Although construction work of low-voltage 
lines to rural custom.ers has been restricted as a wartime measure, a large 
number of rural line extensions have been made and distributing systems 
completed for the supply of power to military installations and houses built 
by the Wartime Housing Board. 

Authority was granted for rural line extensions to supply power to 
twenty-one special installations, fourteen of which were military establish- 
ments. Authority was also granted for the installation of distributing sys- 
tems at nine military establishments and extensions at thirty others. The 
work is well under way and in many cases completed. Similar work is 
under way for the installation of rural lines and distributing systems to 
supply power to 1,567 houses constructed by the Wartime Housing Board 
at Pickering, Malton, Welland, Sudbury, Hamilton and Ottawa. 



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HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION LINES 
Left — Double-circuit, 110,000-volt steel-tower line, Leaside transformer station to Strachan 
transformer station 

Right — Double-circuit, 220,000-volt steel-tower line, Leaside Junction to Burlington transformer 
station 

Tabulations of transformer installations, and high-voltage and rural 
transmission circuit extensions for 1942 are given on following pages. 

Coupling capacitors have been installed at 220,000 and certain 110,000- 
volt stations for the operation of relays and indicating meters. A number 
of the capacitors are equipped to enable communication by carrier current 
between the stations. 

The new network calculator purchased last year was installed in a 
special room in the Commission's head office building and is used to facilitate 
system studies for the transmission and distribution of power. The scarcity 
of construction materials and labour has necessitated elaborate studies as to 
the best ways to meet new load requirements arising out of the present war 
conditions. The network calculator renders valuable service in these studies. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



At DeCew Falls, near St. Catharines, a power station is being con- 
structed to generate approximately 65,000 horsepower at 25 cycles, using 
water from the Welland canal. The new station will be below the Niagara 
escarpment near the existing DeCew Falls generating station and has been 
designed to accommodate ultimately three units of similar capacity. In 
order to conserve materials a 48,500-kv-a, 13,800-volt, 150-r.p.m. generator 
is being transferred from Abitibi Canyon power house. It will be necessary 



68 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

to dismantle the unit and re-assemble it at the new site. A bank of three 
22,500-kv-a, 70,000-121,000Y/6,600-13,200-volt, water-cooled transformers, 
originally purchased and used for the supply of power to the steam generators 
at Ontario Paper Company's plant is being converted for use at DeCew Falls. 
The station will be in service in the summer of 1943. 

At Chats Falls generating station an additional bank of three 15,700- 
kv-a transformers, duplicate of the existing banks, is being installed to 
step-up the 25-cycle voltage of the frequency-changer to 220,000 volts and 
provide a direct tie between the Eastern Ontario and the Niagara systems 
for the exchange of available 25-cycle and 60-cycle power. 

The installed capacity of the new 220,000- volt station at Burlington was 
150,000-kv-a in 1941. The third 75,000-kv-a bank of transformers and 
voltage regulator purchased last year will be ready for service early in 1943. 
Three 40,000-kv-a, 25-cycle, 13,200-volt horizontal type air-cooled synchron- 
ous condensers have been purchased for this station but installation will not 
be completed until late in 1943 or early in 1944. The condensers will be 
erected on suitable foundations with individual concrete enclosures, avoiding 
as far as possible the use of steel for this purpose. 

This station is operated from a temporary control room but the per- 
manent control building now nearing completion will be in service in 1943. 

Coupling capacitors for obtaining potential for the operation of relays, 
synchronizing equipm.ent and indicating meters are being employed exten- 
sively at Burlington transformer station. Heretofore such equipment had 
not been used to any great extent on 25-cycle systems. More than thirty 
of these 25-cycle coupling capacitors are installed on the 110,000- volt lines 
and busses, besides those installed on the 220,000-volt lines. The latter are 
equipped with receiver and transmitter equipment for carrier-current com- 
munications and relaying between this station, Toronto-Leaside transformer 
station and Chats Falls generating station. Similar equipment is installed 
at Beauharnois generating station for communication with Toronto-Leaside 
transformer station. 

The new transformer stations reported under construction last year at 
Atlas Steel plant in Welland, Toronto-Esplanade, Palmers ton and Niagara 
have been completed and placed in service. 

An 8,000-kv-a, 3-phase, forced-air-cooled 110,000/28,400-14,200- volt 
transformer was temporarily installed and placed in service near McKinnon 
Industries Limited plant in St. Catharines to augment the supply of power 
to that customer. 

The two banks of self-cooled transformers at Port Colborne transformer 
station were equipped for forced-air-cooled operation with the installation of 
the necessary fans. The rated capacity of the station has thus been in- 
creased from 30,000-kv-a to 37,500-kv-a. 

Nine new distributing stations were installed at various localities on the 
system and the capacity of thirteen others was increased. Engineering 
assistance was given to nine municipalities in making major changes to 
their stations. 

No long transmission lines were built for the Niagara system in 1942, 
but a large number of small changes and additions were made. These are 
listed on subsequent pages. 



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WOOD POLE, HIGH-VOLTAGE 
TRANSMISSION LINE 

Single-circuit, 110,000-volt wood-pole line, Louth 
junction to St, Catharines transformer station 

In the Cooksville and York districts the transmission voltage was raised 
from 13,200 to 26,400 volts on 46.11 miles of circuits. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Low-voltage, metal-clad switching and relaying equipments were in- 
stalled at Big Eddy development and supervising control apparatus with 
interconnecting cables were installed at Ragged Rapids and Big Eddy de- 
velopments for remote automatic control of the latter plant from Ragged 
Rapids control room. 

The transmission circuits from Eugenia to Owen Sound, Hanover to 
Wiarton and Owen Sound, Hanover to Kincardine and Fergusonvale to 
CoUingwood were all reconnected for 38,000- volt operation. All the stations 
connected to these circuits have been changed over for 38,000- volt operation and 
where necessary the transformers and other equipment have been replaced. 

A new 3,000-kv-a station was erected at Owen Sound for the supply of 
power to Wm. Kennedy and Sons Limited and assistance was given this 
company in the installation of a synchronous condenser and regulator to reduce 
voltage fluctuations to a minimum in the operation of its electric-arc furnace. 



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BARRETT CHUTE DEVELOPM ENT— M ADAWASKA RIVER 
Generating station and switch structures from upper road 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



The generating staticn at Barrett Chute developn:ent was completed 
and the two units were placed in service on August 6, and 25, 1942, respec- 
tively. This new generating station on the Madawaska river is about seven 
miles south-west of Calabcgie. The generators are rated 24,000-kv-a, 
60-cycles, 3-phase, 164 r.p.m., 13, 200- volts, vertical shaft with direct-con- 
nected main and pilot exciters. The transformers are 24,000-kv-a, 3-phase, 
1 15,000/13, 2C0-VC It, eO-cycle water-cooled units. Power is transmitted 
away from this staticn at 115,000 volts over two single-circuit, wood-pok 
lines, one to T rente n ICO miles away, where it ties into the Eastern Ontark 
44,000- volt system, through transformer banks at Sidney transformer station 
and the other to Chats Falls generating station and Ottawa transformei 
station. Apart ficm a Icop-in section at Barrett Chute plant these line^ 
form parts of a line frcm Chats Falls to Trenton constructed in 1937. 

Automatic, frequency end lead-control equipment was installed at Bar 
rett Chute generating station and Chats Falls frequency-changer staticn for 
maintaining a constant frequency throughout the whole system and a desirec 
load-balance with the interccnnected generating plants of the Gatineai 
Power Company, the Chats Falls generating station and those on the Treni 
waterways system. 

Transformer installations or changes were completed at twelve distri 
buting stations on the system.. 

At the Bryscn generating staticn of the Gatineau Power Company 
110,C00-volt switching and m.etering equipments were installed for the suppl) 
of 60-cycle power, under contract to the Commission, direct to Dominior 
Magnesium plant near Renfrew. A 110,C00-vclt wood-pole line was buih 
from the generating station to the plant, a distance of eight miles. 



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NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

The installation of the 18,000-kv-a auto-transformer at Hunta switching- 
station was completed and the Northern Ontario Properties transmission 
system can now be interconnected with the Abitibi Pulp and Paper Com- 
pany's system and both operated at normal voltages. 

A few transmission line changes and additions were made. These are 
listed on following pages. 



TRANSFORMER CHANGES COMPLETED DURING YEAR ENDED OCT. 31, 1942 
and Some of Special Importance for Completion in 1943 



Installed transformers 



Stations 



Niagara System 



N29 
NA39 

N24 

N28 
N36 

NA2 

N43 

N40 

N3558 

N3435 



Atlas Steel 
Burlington 
Hamilton 

Gage 
Palmerston 
Toronto 

Esplanade 
Chats Falls 
Port ColbomeT.S 
St. CatharinesT.S 
D.S. 



T.S. 

T.S. 
T.S. 

T.S. 
T.S. 



Bayview 
East York 

D.S. No. 5 
N3436 East York 

D.S. No. 6 
N3446 Scarboro 

D.S. No. 2 
N3554 Pottageville D.S 
N428 D.N.D. (Cen- 
tralia) Station 
Acton D.S 



N537 



N533 Flora 



D.S 



N840 
N820 

N1034 
N1259 



Palmerston D.S, 
D.N.D. (Goder- 

ich) Station 
Beachville D.S 
Mount 

Pleasant D.S 



N1432 Tilbury D.S 

N1439 Wallaceburg D.S. 
N1651 Malton D.S 

N1820 D.N.D. (Forest) 
Station 
Polymer Corp. 

(Sarnia) Station 
Niagara Weir 
Temp. S 
Lincoln D.S 

Port 
Robinson D.S 
N1355 Meadowvale 

Auto. T.S 



N1821 

N99 

N4453 
N4933 



No 


Kv-a. 


Ph. 


Total 
kv-a. 


1 
3 


25,000 
25,000 


3 

1 


25,000 
75,000 


1 
1 


25,000 
8,000 


3 
3 


25,000 
8,000 


2 
3 
6 

1 
1 


25,000 

15,700 

n,250 

8,000 

1,785 


3 

1 
1 
3 
3 


50,000 

47,100 

7,500 

8,000 

1,875 


1 


1,875 


3 


1,875 


1 


1,875 


3 


1,875 


1 
3 


600 
150 


3 


600 
450 


1 
3 


600 
500 




600 
1,500 


3 


333 




1,000 


3 


333 




1,000 


3 
3 


333 
200 




1,000 
600 


3 


250 




750 


3 

1 
3 


333 

1,500 

150 




1,000 

1,500 

450 


3 


200 




600 


3 


667 




2,000 


3 

1 


100 
600 


3 


300 
600 


1 


300 


3 


300 


2 


5,000 


3 


10,000 



From 



Reserve 

New 

Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 

New 



Reserve 

New 

New 

New 

New 
Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 



In 
service 



Mar. 28, '42 
1943 

1943 
Dec. 7, '41 

April 28. '42 

1943 
Jan. 31, '42 
May 3, '42 
Feb. 24, '42 

Dec. 23, '41 

Nov. 29, '41 

June 5, '42 
June 21, '42 

Feb. 13, '42 
Feb. 22, '42 

Sept. 19, '42 

April 9, '42 

Oct. 18, '42 
Sept. 20, '42 

May 17, '42 

Aug. 9, '42 
Sept. 25, '42 
Oct. 11, '42 

Oct. 4, '42 

Oct. 25, '42 

July 8. '42 
May 10, '42 

July 19, '42 

Nov. 30, '41 



Removed 
transformers 



No. Kv-a 



3 75 



3 75 
3 250 
3 150 

3 200 

3 200 
3 150 

3 150 

6 75 



3 75 

3 37^ 



1 300 



To 



Reserve 



Reserve 
Reserve 
Malton 

D.S. 
Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 

Pottage- 
ville 
Reserve 



Reserve 
Reserve 



Reserve 



*Forced air cooling equipment added to original transformer. 



72 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



TRANSFORMER CHANGES COMPLETED DURING YEAR ENDED OCT. 31, 1942 
and some of Special Importance for Completion in 1943 



Installed transformers 



Station 



NDl DeCew Falls G.S. 
ND13 Burlington D.S. 
ND25 Steel Co. of 

Canada D.S. 

Georgian Bay System 



G25 
G36 



El 

GE40 

GE3 

GE17 

GE47 

GE16 

GE24 
GE15 
GE2 

GE21 
GE20 

GE43 

GE23 



Collingwood D.S. 
Hanover (Auto. 
Transformer) 

F.C.S. 



G.S. 
G.S, 
D.S, 
D.S 
D.S 



Eugenia 
Walkerton 
Chatsworth 
Elmwood 
Hepworth 
Holland 
Centre 
Holyrood 
Kilsyth 
Owen Sound 

D.S. No. 1 
Tees water D.S. 
Owen Sound 

D.S. No. 2 
Owen Sound 

(Kennedy) D.S 
Berkley D.S 



D.S 
D.S 
D.S 



Eastern 

Q14 

QC33 
QC22 
QC27 

QC303 

QC538 
QC2904 



QL2 

QL2702 

QM2901 

QH52 
QL602-2 

QM3101 



G.S. 
D.S. 
D.S 



Ontario System 

Barrett 
Chute 

Madoc 

Newcastle 

Oshawa 

D.S. No. 3 

D.N.D. (Trenton 
Air Station) 

Frankford D.S 

D.M. & S. (Lind- 
say Arsenal) 
Station 

Prescott 

D.S. No. 1 

D.N.D. (Tread- 
will D.S.) 

D.N.D. (Am- 
prior) Station 

Rideau T.S 

D.LL. (Corn- 
wall) Temp. 

Station 

-1 D.N.D. (Peta 
wawa) Station 



Northern Ontario 
Properties 

FA50 Hunta fAuto. 

Transformer S.S, 



No Kv-a. Ph, 



22,500 1 
500 1 

4,000 1 



667 1 



3,000 3 



2,000 3 
300 3 
300 3 
100 1 



200 1 
100 1 

1,000 1 
100 1 

100 1 

667 1 
100 1 



24.000 3 
300 3 
300 3 

3,000 3 

150 1 
100 1 



1,250 1 

750 3 

100 1 

200 1 
1,500 3 

50 1 
1,500 3 



18,000 3 



Total 
kv-a. 



67,500 



12,000 
2,000 
3,000 



2,000 
300 
300 
100 



600 
300 

3,000 
300 

300 

2,000 
100 



48,000 
300 
300 

6,000 

450 
300 



3,750 

750 

300 

600 
1,500 

150 
1,500 



18,000 



From 



Allenburg T.S. 



Hamilton 
stm. plant 

New 



Eugenia G.S. 



New 
New 
New 
New 



Reserve 

New 

New 
New 

New 

Reserve 

New 



New 

Reserve 

Reserve 

Reserve 

New 
New 



New 

New 

New 

New 
Reserve 

Reserve 

New 



New 



In 
service 



1943 



1943 
Aug. 30, '42 

Mar. 29, '42 



June 6, '42 
June 28, '42 
Mar. 29, '42 
Oct. 1, '42 

Jan. 30, '42 
Dec. 7, '41 
April 20, '42 

June 28, '42 
Dec. 7, '41 

July31, '42 

Sept. 21, '42 
June 28, '42 



Aug. 25, '42 
Aug. 9, '42 
Feb. 26, '42 

June 30, '42 

Nov. 21, '41 
May 3, '42 



1943 

May 3, '42 

Aug. 30, '42 

May 1, '42 
Aug. 11, '42 

July 30, '42 
July 31, '42 



May 31, '32 



Removed 
transformers 



No. Kv-a 



(Tempo 



400 



1 3,000 

1 750 

3 50 

1 75 



1 10 
1 300 
1 150 



500 
50 



50 



1 3,000 



50 



To 



rary) 



Reserve 



Hanover 
Reserve 
Reserve 
Reserve 



Salvage 
Reserve 
Reserve 

Reserve 
Reserve 



Reserve 



Reserve 



Reserve 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



73 



TOTAL MILEAGE OF TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 



System and voltage 



Kind 

of 
struc- 
tures 



Line route or 
structure miles 



Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1941 



Addi- 
tions 
1942 



Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1942 



Circuit 
miles 



Total to 

Oct. 31, 

1942 



Niagara System 

220,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

90,000-volt 

60,000-volt 

60,000-volt 

46,000-volt 

46,000-volt 

26,400-volt 

13,200-volt 

13,200-volt 

12,000-volt 

Dominion Power division — 44,000-volt. 
Dominion Power division — 44,000-volt. 
Dominion Power division — 22, 000- volt. 
Dominion Power division — 10,000-volt. 

Georgian Bay System 

110,000-volt 

38,000-volt 

6,600-volt 

Severn district— 22,000-volt 

Eugenia district^ — 38,000-volt and less.. 

Wasdell district— 22,000-volt 

Muskoka district— 38,000-volt 

Eastern Ontario System 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

44,000-volt 

33,000-volt 

Central district^ — 44,000-volt and less. . 

St. Lawrence district — 44,000-volt 

Rideau district— 26,400-volt 

Madawaska district— 33,000-volt and less 

Thunder Bay System 

110,000-volt 

110,000-volt 

44,000-volt 

22,000-volt 

12,000-volt 

Northern Ontario Properties 

Abitibi district— 132, 000-volt 

Abitibi district— 132, 000-volt . 

Abitibi district —33,000-volt and less . 

Sudbury district —22,000-volt 

Sudbury district— 110,000-volt 

Nipissing district— 22,000-volt 

Patricia district— 44,000-volt 

Patricia district— 22,000-volt 

Totals 



steel 

wood 
steel 

wood 
steel 
wood 



steel 
wood 
steel 
wood 



wood 



steel 
wood 



steel 
wood 



steel 
wood 



wood 



1,025.12 

860.13 

79.55 

65.85 

59.58 

0.62 

32.47 

22.22 

837.69 

309.79 

1.17 

96.61 

34.76 

116.57 

28.69 

14.46 



55.83 

199.37 

2.30 

133.86 

246.15 

83.43 

26.31 



163.23 

281.49 

24.33 

42.26 

496.01 

128.29 

62.63 

59.01 



82.12 
178.21 
114.91 

7.87 
1.45 



362.74 

190.19 

152.61 

61.36 

46.23 

62.32 

344.02 

33.01 



0.47 
2.29 



52.84 
*44.41 



0.59 
^40.05' 



24.02 



"24.11 
6.50 



9.56 



17.87 



1.10 



2.04 
0.21 



0.84 
6.35" 



1,025.12 

859.66 

81.84 

65.85 

59.58 

0.62 

32.47 

22.22 

890.53 

265.38 

1.17 

97.20 

34.76 

76.52 

28.69 

14.46 



55.83 

223.39 

2.30 

109.75 

252.65 

83.43 

26.31 



163.23 

291.05 

24.33 

42.26 

513.88 

128.29 

62.63 

59.01 



82.12 

178.21 

113.81 

7.87 

1.45 



362.74 

190.19 

150.57 

61.57 

46.23 

63.16 

344.02 

32.66 



1,069.97 

1,519.92 

83.67 

120.81 

35.57 

0.62 

65.17 

22.22 

1,032.78 

291.88 

2.34 

121.92 

72.07 

72.90 

38.21 

14.46 



55.83 

250.87 

2.30 

164.19 

334.78 

87.37 

26.31 



166.54 

291.05 

24.33 

47.94 

552.11 

128.67 

62.63 

59.01 



164.28 

178.21 

113.81 

7.87 

1.45 



725.48 

190.19 

151.33 

61.57 

46.23 

80.04 

344.02 

32.78 



7,226.82 



t 2.19 



7,229.01 



8,915.70 



*Removals. fNet increase. 

Note: Circuit miles of 220,000-volt line, in the province of Quebec, connected to H-E.P.C. 
lines = 103.45. Total. 220,000-volt system interconnected circuit miles = 1,173.42. 



74 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

TRANSMISSION LINE CHANGES AND ADDITIONS MADE DURING YEAR 
ENDED OCTOBER 31, 1942 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
High-Voltage Lines 

A 110,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole line was built from Louth junction 2.29 miles to 
St. Catharines transformer station. 

A section of the 110,000-volt, steel-tower line from Guelph transformer station to Preston 
transformer station, 1.36 miles in length, was replaced by 1.63 miles in a new location. 

A 110,000-volt, double-circuit, steel-tower line, Nelson junction 0.74 mile to Wentworth 
junction, was removed. 

A 110,000-volt, double circuit was removed from the steel-tower line Nelson junction 0.75 
mile to Wentworth junction. 

The 110,000-volt, double circuit and ground cable were removed from the steel-tower line 
Nelson junction 2.6 miles to Halton junction. 

A 110,000-volt circuit was removed from the double-circuit, steel-tower line Halton junction 
17.87 miles to Cooksville transformer station. 

A section of the 60,000-volt, double-circuit, steel-tower line from Garner Road junction to 
Pelham junction was removed. 

The 60,000-volt, double-circuit, steel towers from Burlington junction 17.45 miles to 
Huron tario junction were removed. 

The 60,000-volt, double-circuit, steel towers from Hurontario junction 6.9 miles to Islington 
junction were removed. 

A section of the 60,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole line from Garner Road junction to 
Welland Chemical Corporation was rebuilt with suspension insulators for that customer. 

Low-Voltage Lines 

Niagara District:— A 12.000-volt line was built from Stanley Street junction 1.6 miles to 
Niagara Falls Hickson Avenue station. 

A 12,000-volt line was built from Magdalen Street junction 0.44 mile to Niagara Falls General 
Brock station. 

A 12,000-volt line was built from "C.N. P. Co." transformer station 0.16 mile to "T.P." 
transformer station, replacing a similar line 0.23 mile in length which was removed. 

A 12,000-volt line was built from "T.P." transformer station 1.23 miles to Waterworks 
junction and 0.1 mile to the Norton Company for that customer. 

The 12,000-volt, double-circuit line from "T.P." transformer station 1.25 miles to Chippawa 
junction was rebuilt, restrung with heavier conductor, and 0.76 mile converted to single circuit. 
The connection to Chippawa junction was removed and relocated 800 feet to Waterworks junction. 

The 12,000-volt, double-circuit line fiom Chippawa junction 0.13 mile to Waterworks junc- 
tion was converted to single circuit and restrung with heavier conductor. 

The 12,000-volt, double-circuit line from Waterworks junction 0.11 mile to the Norton 
Company was converted to single circuit with heavier conductor. 

London District: — A 26,400-volt line was built from Centralia junction 0.2 mile to Centralia 
Airport for the Dominion Government. 

A 13, 200- volt line was built from Crumlin junction 1.46 miles to Central Aircraft Limited 
for the Dominion Government. 

A 13,200-volt line was built from London transformer station 0.88 mile to London Trafalgar 
distributing station, partly on existing poles. 

The 13,200-volt circuit from London transformer station 0.88 mile to Dorchester junction 
was removed. 

The 13,200-volt circuit from Dorchester junction 0.61 mile to London Trafalgar distributing 
station was removed. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 75 

GuELPH District: — The 13,200-volt line from Georgetown distributing station 0.56 mile to 
Provincial Paper junction was reinsulated and placed in service at 26,400 volts. 

The 13,200-volt line from Provincial Paper junction to 0.86 mile to Provincial Paper Com- 
pany distributing station was reinsulated and placed in service at 26,400 volts. 

Kitchener District: — A 13,200-volt, double-circuit line was built from Kitchener transformer 
station 0.32 mile for the Kitchener Public UtiHties Commission. 

Strat^^crd District:— a 26,400-volt line was built from Palmerston transformer station 1.11 
miles and connected to the line to Listowel junction. 

A 26,400-volt line was built from Palmerston transformer station 0.99 mile and connected 
to the line to Harriston junction. 

The 26,400-volt line from Palmerston junction 0.78 mile to King and Toronto junction was 
removed. 

A section of the 26,400-volt line from King and Toronto junction to Harriston junction 0.25 
mile in length was removed. 

One circuit of the 26,400-volt line from Stratford transformer station 6.51 miles to Sebring- 
ville junction was removed. 

The 26,400-volt, double-circuit line from Stratford transformer station 1.75 miles to Strat- 
ford municipal station was converted to pole-top-pin construction and restrung for the Stratford 
Public Utilities Commission. 

A 26,400-volt underground cable was installed from Stratford transformer station 1.51 miles 
to Stratford municipal station for the Stratford Public Utilities Commission. 

St. Marys District: — The 13,200-volt circuit and sky wire from St. Marys transformer station 
0.67 mile to St. Marys junction was removed. 

A section of the 13,200-volt line from St. Marys junction to St. Marys Portland Cement 
Company distributing station 0.76 mile in length was removed. The ground cable was removed 
throughout, a distance of 1.55 miles. 

A 13,200-volt circuit was erected on 0.86 mile of Telephone poles and 0.49 mile of new poles 
from St. Marys transformer station and connected to the line to St. Marys Portland Cement 
Company distributing station. 

Brant District: — On eleven sections, totalling 43.64 miles, ground cable was removed. Ten 
of these sections, totalling 41.56 miles, were converted to pole-top-pin construction. 

CocKSviLLE District:— A 26,400-volt line was built from Clarkson distributing station 1.73 
miles to the British American Oil Company. 

Five sections, totalling 24.32 miles, were reinsulated and placed in service at 25,400 volts. 

Kent District: — The remaining section of ground cable, 4.75 miles in length, was removed 
from the 26,400-volt line from Dresden junction to Oil Springs junction. 

Essex District:— A 26,400-volt line was built from Bloomfield junction 0.63 mile to Canadian 
Industries Limited. 

Sections of 26,400-volt lines totalling 0.34 mile were removed from Essex transformer station 
to Essex distributing station by rearrangement of lines. 

York District: — Twelve sections, totalling 20.39 miles, were reinsulated and placed in service 
at 26,400 volts, completing the change-over from 13,200 volts to 26,400 volts in this district. 

Hamilton District:— A 13,200-volt tap-line was built 0.06 mile to Aerovox (Canada) Limited. 

St. Clair District:— A 26,400-volt line was built from Polymer junction 0.22 mile to Polymer 
Corporation for that customer. 

On six sections, totalling 27.10 miles, the ground cable was removed. 

TcR.-NTO AND Leaside DISTRICTS:— A 13,200-volt tap-line was built 0.06 mile to Scarborough 
township distributing station number two. 

Toronto and Fairbank Districts:— A 26,400-volt line was built from York Mills distributing 
station 2.19 miles to Bayview distributing station. 

A 26,400-volt tap line was built 0.04 mile to the Acme Screw and Gear Company. 



76 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Crowland District: — A 26,400-volt line was built from Page Hersey junction 0.74 mile to Page 
Hersey Tubes Limited. 

A 26,400-volt line was built from Page Hersey Tubes Limited 0.19 mile to Electro Metals 
station. 

A 26,400-volt line was built from Crowland transformer station 0.54 mile and connected to 
the line to Union Carbide junction, 0.22 mile of which was restrung with heavier conductor. 

A 26,400-volt tap-line was built 175 feet to the Dominion Oxygen Company Limited for 
that customer. 

Thorold District: — A 12,000-volt line was built from St. Catharines transformer station 0.2 
mile to McKinnon Industries Limited. 

A 12,000-volt line was built from Alliance junction 0.17 mile to the Alliance Paper Company. 

Welland District:— Three sections, totalling 1.77 miles, of 12,000-volt lines were removed. 
The remainder of this district was incorporated into Crowland district. 

Niagara-Dominion District:— A 44.000-volt circuit was erected on existing poles 0.51 mile 
and on new poles 0.89 mile from Niagara Falls (C.N. P.) frequency changer station to the Niagara 
Weir for that customer. 

The 44, 000- volt line from DeCew Falls generating station 13.20 miles to Beamsville distri- 
buting station was removed. 

The 44,000-volt line from Bartonville switching station 26.85 miles to Cockshutt station was 
removed. 

The 22,000-volt line from DeCew Falls generating station 3.7 miles to Thorold junction was 
rebuilt. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
High-Voltage Lines 

The 22,000-volt line from Collingwood distributing station 0.97 mile to the Collingwood 
Elevator was reinsulated and placed in service at 38,000 volts. 

The 22,000-volt, double-cii cuit line from Coldwater junction 15.86 miles to Elmvale junction 
was converted to single circuit, reinsulated, and placed in service at 38,000 volts. 

One circuit of the 22,000-volt, double-circuit line from Waubaushene switching station 3.68 
miles to Coldwater junction was reinsulated and placed in service at 38,000 volts. 

One circuit of the 22,000-volt, double-circuit line from Elmvale junction 4.51 miles to Fer- 
gusonvale junction was reinsulated, parity relocated, and placed in service at 38,000 volts. 

The 22,000-volt circuit from Fergusonvale auto-transformer station 27.11 miles to Colling- 
wood distributing station was reinsulated and placed in service at 38,000 volts and the ground 
cable was removed. 

A portion of the ground cable, 1.78 miles in length, was removed from the 38,000-volt line 
from Collingwood distributing station to Meaford junction. 

Eugenia District: — A 38,000-volt line was built from Owen Sound distribution station number 
two 1.84 miles and connected to 0.13 mile of 38,000-volt circuit to Owen Sound distributing 
station number one. 

A 38,000-volt line was built from Victoria Park junction 0.15 mile to the line between Owen 
Sound distributing station number one and number two. 

A 38,000-volt line was built from Victoria Park junction 0.81 mile to Owen Sound (Kennedy) 
distributing station. 

A 38,000-volt line was built from Kilsyth junction 3.69 miles to Owen Sound distributing 
station number two. 

The 22,000-volt line from Victoria Park junction 0.32 mile to Owen Sound distributing 
station number one was converted to single circuit at 38,000 volts. 

The operating voltage was raised from 22,000 to 38,000 volts on thirty- three sections totalling 
198.05 miles, of which thirty-one sections totalling 179.85 miles were reinsulated this year. The 
lines from Eugenia generating station north westerly to Wiarton, south to Hanover, and west to 
Lake Huron, comprising over 80 per cent of the line mileage in Eugenia district, are now in 
operation at 38,000 volts. 

The ground cable was removed from twenty-one sections totalling 128.25 miles. 

The 38,000-volt line between Kilsyth junction 9.95 miles to Derby Mills junction was 
restrung. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 77 

Se^'ERN District: — The ground cable and one circuit were removed from the 22,000-volt, double- 
circuit line Elm vale junction 0.42 mile to Elm vale distributing station. 

On three sections of 22,000-volt lines, totalling 24.11 miles, the ground cable was removed. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
High-Voltage Lines 

A 110,000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole line was built from Bryson generating station of 
the Gatineau Power Company 7.94 miles to the Dominion Magnesium Company. 

The 110.000-volt, single-circuit, wood-pole line from Chats Falls to Trenton was looped in 
to Barrett Chute generating station by the construction of 1.62 miles of line. 

Central District: — A 44,000-volt line was built from Lindsay junction 13.94 miles to Lindsay 
Arsenal. 

A 44,000-volt line was built from Lindsay distributing station 3.07 miles to Lindsay Arsenal. 

A 44,000-volt line was built from Portsmouth junction 0.94 mile to Canadian Industries 
Limited. 

A 44,000-volt line was built from Oshawa transformer station 0.12 mile to Oshawa Boulevard 
junction. 

A section, 0.2 mile in length, of the 44,000-volt line from York Road junction to Bath Road 
junction was removed. 

Ground cable was removed from 17 miles of the 44,000-volt line between Lindsay junction 
and Lindsay distributing station. 

St. Lawrence District: — A 44,000-volt line was built from Hoople Street junction 0.61 mile* to 
Defence Industries Limited for that customer. 

Madawaska District:— a 23,000-volt line was built from the Pembroke Electric Light Com- 
pany station in Pembroke 10.86 miles to Petawawa Military Camp station for the Dominion 
Government. 

A 33, 000- volt connection 400 feet in length was built to the Arnprior Airport station for the 
Dominion Government. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

A 44,000-volt line was built from Little Long Lac Gold Mines 1.43 miles to the Elmos Island 
property of Tombill Gold Mines Limited for that customer. 

The 44,000-volt line from Magnet Lake junction 1.1 miles to Jellicoe Consolidated Gold 
Mines Limited was removed. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Abitibi District: — The ground cable and telephone circuit were replaced with copper on a 2.2- 
mile section of the 132,000-volt line from Blezard Valley junction to Falconbridge transformer 
station. 

The 26,400-volt line from Pamour transformer station to Hoyle Gold Mines Limited was 
extended 0.1 mile to a new mine station. 

The 26,400-volt line from Vipond junction 0.15 mile to Mace Gold Mines distributing station 
was removed. 

The 26,400-volt line from Hallnor Mines Limited 0.56 mile to North Whitney Mines Limited 
was removed. 

The 13,200-volt line from Bidgood Kirkland Gold Mines Limited 0.88 mile to Moffat-Hall 
Mining Company Limited was removed. 

The 13,200-volt line from Lakeside junction 0.55 mile to Lakeside Kirkland Gold Mines 
Limited was removed. 

Sudbury District:— A 22,000-volt circuit was erected on Sudbury Hydro-Electric System poles 
from Notredame junction 0.21 miles to Sudbury Railway distributing station. 



78 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NiPissiNG District:— A 22,000-volt line was built from Elliott Chute junction 0.48 mile to 
Bingham Chute generating station. 

A 22, 000- volt, double circuit was erected on existing poles from Sturgeon Falls junction 
0.36 mile to Sturgeon Falls generating station. 

Patricia District :— The 22,000-volt line from Springer junction 0.32 mile to Central Patricia 
(Springer) Mine station was removed. 

TELEPHONE LINES ALL SYSTEMS 

Niagara System— In the St. Thomas district 2.25 miles of the telephone circuit carried on 
13.200-volt transmission line poles between Aylmer junction and Aylmer distributing station 
were relocated for the Department of Transport in order to clear the approaches to the new 
airport at Yarmouth Centre (Aylmer). 

In the London district a telephone circuit 0.21 mile long was erected for the Department of 
Transport on 26. 000- volt transmission line poles from Centralia junction to Centralia airport 
(Royal Canadian Air Force). 

In the Stratford district two telephone circuits were erected on 26,400-volt transmission line 
poles, 1.11 miles from Palmerston transformer station to a tap near Palmerston junction. 

A single telephone circuit was erected on 26,400-volt, rural and separate telephone poles, 
for 1.74 miles south and easterly from Palmerston transformer station, to replace 1.75 miles of 
trunk telephone circuit on 110,000-volt power poles easterly from the new Palmerston trans- 
former station towards Erbs junction. 

In the Niagara district, a single telephone circuit 9.37 miles long was erected on 26,000-volt 
rural and separate telephone poles, from Gamer Road junction to Crowland transformer station. 

The double-circuit trunk telephone pole line from Vinemount to Stoney Creek, along 6 miles 
of the T. & N.P. right-of-way, was completely rehabilitated. 

A telephone circuit 1.59 miles long .was erected on 12,000-volt transmission line poles, from 
the Toronto Power Company transformer station to the Niagara Weir construction works. 

The existing telephone pole line between the Ontario Power Company transformer station 
and Queenston generating station, 5.85 miles, was reconstructed to accommodate a 75-pair, 
composite, paper-insulated, lead-covered cable for general communication facilities. In this 
connection four telephone circuits were erected 5.65 miles from Niagara transformer station to 
Queenston generating station. 

In the Leaside district a single telephone circuit 2.19 miles long was erected on 26,000-volt 
transmission line poles, between York Mills and Bayview distributing stations. 

To facilitate communication to the new Burlington transformer station, a double-circuit 
telephone pole line 10.30 miles long was erected from Woodburn via Fruitland distributing station 
to Hamilton Beach transformer station. 

Two additional telephone circuits were erected from Dundas transformer station, 7.69 miles 
to Nelson junction. A double- circuit telephone connection was erected partially on the Canadian 
National Telegraph and Bell Telephone Company poles, 4.47 miles from Burlington transformer 
station to Burlington junction. 

A ten-circuit trunk telephone pole line was constructed from Burlington transformer station 
to Nelson junction, 1.55 miles, to allow a loop into Burlington transformer station from the 
Commission's Toronto to Dundas telephone circuits. 

Between Burlington and Hamilton Beach transformer stations 18.05 miles, a 52-pair, com- 
posite, paper-insulated, lead-covered cable was installed to provide telephone and meter control 
facilities. 

Georgian Bay System — A 53-pair, composite, paper and rubber-insulated, lead-covered cable 
was erected on the existing telephone line poles from Ragged Rapids generating station 3.70 
miles to Big Eddy generating station. 

A new single-circuit telephone line was erected on 44,000-volt transmission line poles, 5.84 
miles from Kilsyth junction to Owen Sound. 

The telephone circuit was replaced on the 38,000-volt transmission line poles, 6.20 miles, 
between Holyrood junction and Holyrood distribution station. 

Eastern Ontario System — At Ottawa transformer station, Masson generating station and 
Chats Falls generating station, aerials were erected on the power lines for the operation of power 
line carrier terminals at these locations. 



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Carrier installations were made at Barrett Chute for operation over existing telephone cir- 
cuits from Barrett Chute generating station to Chats Falls and to Belleville respectively. 

A 25-pair, paper-insulated, lead-covered cable 4,000 feet long was installed between the 
transformer station control room and telephone equipment building at Chats Falls. 

The single-circuit telephone line was looped into Barrett Chute generating station from the 
existing Sydney to Chats Falls, 110,000-volt pole line. The distance from the structure to the 
line was 0.78 mile. 

Northern Ontario Propei ties — A new single-circuit telephone line 1 mile long was erected from 
Sudbury distributing station No. 1 to the Sudbury office. 

A telephone circuit 0.9 mile long was erected on 26,400-volt transmission line poles between 
North Bay distributing stations No. 1 and No. 2. 



DISTRIBUTION LINES AND SYSTEMS 

IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

The following summary shows the mileage of distribution lines con- 
structed by the Commission in rural power districts and the number of 
consumicrs served. 

The summary indicates a total construction during the year of 43 miles 
of new primary lines completed and giving service to 2,905 additional con- 
sumers. 



SUMMARY OF CONSTRUCTION IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 





At October 31, 1941 


At October 31, 1942 




Miles 
of 
primary 
line 
con- 
structed 


Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 

re- 
ceiving 
service 


Miles of primary line 


Number of 
consumers 


System and district 


Con- 
structed 


Under 
con- 
struc- 
tion or 
author- 
ized 


Total 


Re- 
ceiv- 
ing 
ser- 
vice 


Au- 
thor- 
ized 


Total 


Niagara System 


11,736.46 


81, OSS 


11,752.01 


4.69 


11,756.70 


83,150 


597 


83,747 


Georgian Bay System 


3,049.59 


18,487 


3,063.43 




3,063.43 


18,639 




18,639 


Eastern Ontario 
System 


4,618.54 


26,962 


4,629.56 


1.80 


4,631.36 


27,510 


350 


27,860 


Thunder Bay System 


286.16 


1,313 


288.98 




288.98 


1,397 




1,397 


Northern Ontario 

Properties 

Abitibi district 

Sudbury district. . . . 
Nipissing district . . . 
ManitouHn district. 


331.88 
53.04 
28.50 
88.18 

162.16 


3,404 
254 

1,286 
908 
956 

131,254 


331.88 
53.04 
28.50 
88.18 

162.16 

20,065.86 


6.49 


331.88 
53.04 
28.50 
88.18 

162.16 


3,463 
250 

1,333 
918 
962 




3,463 
250 

1.333 
918 
962 


Totals .* 


20,022.63 


20,072.35 


134,159 


947 


135,106 







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SECTION VIII 

TESTING— RESEARCH— INSPECTION 

PRODUCTION AND SERVICE 



THE Laboratories expanded direct contribution to the war effort by in- 
creased inspection, testing and research for various departments of the 
government and the armed services. Several engineers and research workers 
were released to engage in important research and other work for the duration. 
Indirect contributions continued in the study and testing of apparatus 
of various types required by the Commission to maintain the supply of 
power to war industries and for civilian use. Reseafch work is a factor of 
leading importance in the war programme and the Commission has con- 
tributed to this vital work through the Laboratory staff and its research 
activities. 

The study of vibration in transmission line conductors resulted in the 
design of new torsional dampers for the protection of a greater range of con- 
ductor sizes. The suppression of vibration makes it possible to build high- 
tension lines at less cost and with greater assurance of continuity of service. 

The conditions existing in large concrete structures were under investi- 
gation and the greater knowledge obtained serves as a guide in the preparation 
.and placing of concrete. The study of absorptive form linings marks an 
advance in development of methods of handling concrete. 

Studies of radio interference produced further information with which 
to diagnose cases of interference to broadcast listeners and with other services. 

The factory inspection service has continuously assured high quality in 
the equipment purchased and installed and thus minimized interruptions to 
the power supply. 

Special attention was given to the study and testing of substitute ma- 
terials to ensure that under war restrictions the Commission would have 
suitable materials of satisfactory quality for its requirements. 

The Approvals Laboratory, which functions as agent of the Canadian En- 
gineering Standards Association, has continued its service of testing devices 
and fittings and has co-operated closely with the Electrical Inspection de- 
partment for protection against electric shock and fire hazard to keep down 
accidents within the Province. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 81 

TESTING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES 
Routine and General Testing 

Part of the work of the Laboratories is the conducting of routine tests 
on products and materials, and the inspection of equipment of various kinds 
for the Commission and for Hydro municipal utilities in the Province. Atten- 
tion is given to equipment while being manufactured, after completion in the 
factory and following erection in the field. While the greater portion of this 
work is of a routine nature, the type of test applied in each case is selected 
to ensure reliability and satisfaction in service. 

Materials and Equipment Inspection 

Transmission Line Materials 

Inspection of transmission line materials handled by Strachan Avenue 
stores continued through the year. This included insulator pins, cross arms, 
clamps, brackets, ground rods, general line hardware, wire and cable. The 
amount of copper wire and galvanized steel cable inspected amounted to 
341 tons, the former being only a small part of this total. 

Electrical Equipment 

Factory inspection covered two 24,000-kv-a generators for Barrett Chute 
development, one 1,200-kv-a generator for Sills Island generating station and 
one 2,000-kv-a generator rebuilt for Rat Rapids. After the two generators 
were installed at Barrett Chute, acceptance tests were supervised. 

Inspection and electrical witness tests were made on 126 power trans- 
formers, with total capacity of 357,126 kv-a, 56 oil circuit breakers, total 
capacity 6,577,479 kv-a, and 114 disconnecting switches having total capacity 
of 8,755,176 kv-a. The greater part of 543 new distribution transformers 
inspected was for airport service, and 281 used transformers were also in- 
spected after repairs had been made. Line and bus insulators totalled 
37,804, valued at $122,973, but very few were of the suspension type. 

Metalclad switchgear equipment for twelve installations was inspected 
in detail at two factories. 

In the latter part of the year, gradient tests were made in the field on 
1,675 transformer and oil-circuit-breaker bushings and insulators installed 
on equipment. This service is being continued as a safeguard against power 
interruptions and to minimize maintenance costs. In addition, the results 
of about 3,000 tests made by the Operating department were reviewed. 

Routine tests were made in the Laboratories on 6,044 pairs of linemen's 
rubber gloves and 1,761 samples of insulating oil. Special tests were made 
on 1,153 samples of oil. Instrument and distribution transformers tested 
amounted to 1,445, about 15 per cent more than last year. The quantity 
of thermostats tested, 1,779, was much greater and there was an increase of 
70 per cent in the number of insulators given routine tests, the total being 
20,463 units. The watthour meters repaired numbered 4,876. Also 204 
indicating instruments were calibrated, an increase of 18 per cent. 



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Mechanical and Structural Equipment 

Factory and field inspection included two 28,000-horsepower hydraulic 
turbines and two 24,000-kv-a generators for Barrett Chute development, also 
embedded parts for one 65,000-horsepower turbine for DeCew Falls gener- 
ating station, including the speed ring, discharge ring, draft tube liner, pit 
liner and scroll case. 

Among the more important structures inspected for Barrett Chute de- 
velopment were one 120-ton crane, two 13-ft. diameter penstocks, four head 
gates and hoists and four stoplog winches, together with the structural steel 
for the power house. Other items, inspected for various plants, were four 
66-inch butterfly valves, one 30-inch silicon-bronze turbine runner, structural 
steel for Hamilton Gage transformer station and twelve emergency gates for 
DeCew Falls generating station. 

Welding and other features in the fabrication of tanks for power trans- 
formers and oil circuit-breakers and of frames and other parts of large tur- 
bines and generators were given very close inspection. Forty-five welded 
transformer tanks were inspected upon request of a transformer manufac- 
turer. 

Concrete 

Six resident concrete inspectors, and nine other inspectors and assistants 
were engaged en eight construction projects. Their duties were the testing 
of aggregates, supervising the processes and checking the quality of the 
concrete. 

Field inspections of seventeen structures were made to check condition 
of the concrete and observe any deterioration. 

Field surveys for materials required were made at three sites:— DeCew 
and Eugenia power developments and Armstrong. 

Protective Coatings 

Protective coatings, including paints, for use in the Commission's con- 
struction projects were tested for quality, this being a very important service 
in view of the number of substitutes now in use. The number of paint 
samples tested was 108, slightly more than last year. The weatherometer is 
used extensively to accelerate deterioration of the test samples. 

I 

Steel and Timber 

Structural and reinforcing steel inspected, together with galvanized sta- 
tion and tower steel, amounted to 2,695 tons. A total of 7,847 pine and 
cedar poles were examined. 

Lamps and Lighting Equipment 

The number of lamps examined and tested in the factory was 91,214 
nearly 30 per cent more than last year. Life tests were made on 4,800 lamps 
Various automobile headlight and signal devices also were tested. 

Baking tests on paint by infra-red rays amounted to about 70 per cent 
more than last year, the number of samples being 85, which indicates the 
increasing interest of the manufacturers in this method of baking paints anc 
other protective coatings. 



194 3 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 83 

Research 

The Laboratories are associated with all ot the research problems of the 
Corn mission and supply the greater part of the personnel and the equipment 
for these studies. In most instances, the work is done within the Labora- 
tories but there also are a number of problems which require field tests. 
These are supervised by members of the staff acting in co-operation with the 
research subcomimittees. 

Vibration of Transmission Line Conductors 

In view of the great investment in transmission lines and the vital part 
they play in electrical supply problems, the study of line conductor vibration 
which causes cable breakage and service interruptions is one of the most 
important continuing studies carried on from year to year. 

Design of new torsional dampers, the result of earlier research, has ex- 
tended the range of conductors which can be protected. Comparison of 
dampers has been m-^ade in order to keep the number of types and sizes in 
use at a minimum. 

From the studies it is evident that all sizes of steel-reinforced aluminum 
cable are subject to vibration and preventive methods are necessary in all 
areas where wind can cause vibration. 

A new type of emergency repair was investigated on the Sarnia-St. 
Thomas 110,000- volt line to determine its effect in preventing vibration. 

An improvement has been made in automatic recording equipm.ent with 
constant speed film drive, this equipment being the basis for performance 
evaluation of vibration suppression devices. 

A large amount of data on conductor vibration has been compiled. This 
year a specification was prepared on zinc-coated steel wire based on fatigue 
and other properties determined in the investigations. 

The experience and knowledge gained in the study of vibration has 
proven of value in the solution of problems in fields other than that of line 
conductors, i.e. vibration of tower members and large section back guys at 
a wide river crossing. 

Electrical Insulation 

Studies of the gradient method of testing transformer and oil-circuit- 
breaker bushings, and high-voltage direct current testing of cables have been 
an important part of the work. Insulating materials were investigated, and 
also types of joints. Failures of distribution transformers in service were 
studied. Co-ordination of insulation on rural circuits was given considerable 
attention and more information was gathered on the serviceability of various 
types of lightning arresters. Study of the application of substitute insulating 
materials was more important than previously. 

Remote Control of Loads 

A research subcommittee has been studying methods of controlling 
remiOtely water heater and other domestic loads which may be disconnected 
for a time from a central point. The merits of different systems were studied 



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with a view to assisting the municipahties with their problems of peak loads 
and remote control of street lighting and other circuits. 

Radio Interference 

Laboratory and field tests were made on various equipment suspected 
of producing radio interference — power lines, transformers, insulators, 
switches and lightning arresters. Improving the broadcast listeners' recep- 
tion is the chief purpose of radio interference studies and tests. 

Electronic Applications 

Frequency modulation of radio carrier waves was studied by several 
members of the staff who presented the subject at a meeting of the Toronto 
Section Discussion Group of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. 

Field tests were made on station-to-truck radio communication equip- 
ment with a view to using the method to enable patrolmen to keep in touch 
with their base stations. 

The study of direct current transmission of power was continued. 

Domestic Hot Water Tanks and Heaters 

Service tests have been continued on experimental hot water tanks and 
heaters and a new porcelain-enamelled tank was installed. Tests of heater 
elements were made in both copper and iron tanks and on various types of 
insulating material used with strap-on and immersion heaters. 

Electric Welding 

Studies were continued on the effects of stress relieving as a means of 
reducing the magnitude of stresses caused by welding. Investigations were 
started to determine the merits of different electrodes for welding cast iron. 
Attention was given to a new metal spraying process used for building up 
worn shafts, turbine blades and other deteriorated parts. 

Masonry Materials 

Much of the work was a continuation of the studies on mass concrete, 
particularly the investigation of stress, strain and temperature conditions- 
Improvements were made in the method of measuring temperature in con- 
crete. 

Progress was made in an investigation to determine the effect of long 
periods of storage upon the quality of cement. The investigation of absorp- i 
tive form linings also has progressed and arrangements have been made for 
a trial installation on a construction job in the Niagara district. 

Paints and Protective Coatings 

A study of equipment enam.el has been started and various brands of 
paints were tested for quality. The blistering and peeling of some house 
paints have presented an important problem which received considerable 
attention. Investigations were m.ade on materials for lubricating and pro- 
tecting lead cable. 

Petroleum Products 

A study of the effect of water in insulating oil on the rate of filtering 
through filter paper has been made to obtain additional information on this 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 85 




RADIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION OF 

MATERIALS 

X-ray tubs assembled with lead-lined cabinet 

for locating faults in metal castings and other 

parts 

subject. An investigation also was niade on lubricating oil which had de- 
veloped a high acidity and was beginning to deposit sludge and this oil was 
restored to a fair condition. Tests are made on petroleum oils, greases, etc., 
that may be of interest to the Ccrr. mission. 

Treatment of Wooden Transmission Structures 

The use of wood preservatives to prevent deterioration of poles at the 
ground line is proving of substantial value to the Commission. Study of 
preservatives and their application is an important part of the work. A new 
pole test bed was established this year at Cameron Falls with specimens 
of spruce, pine, eastern cedar and western cedar. In the existing test 
beds at Barrie and Leaside, a number of pole sections which had been treated 
with water-soluble salts were inspected and analysed to determine the quan- 
tity and distribution of the various chemicals absorbed by the wood. 

Joints in Electrical Conductors 

Test spans have been installed in the Laboratory yard where various 
types and modifications of joints were given tests under service conditions. 



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SHEAR STRENGTH OF SOILS 

Pneumatic direct shear-testing machine for measuring the friction angle and cohesion of 

soils for use in earth dams, dikes and embankments 



Electrical resistance measurements were made periodically to determine the 
deterioration of these joints. These spans were extended this year to include 
U-bolt clamps for aluminum-to-copper joints. 

The study of twisted and compression sleeve joints was continued using 
several types of filler materials and different methods of application. 

Grounding 

The problem of grounding transformer cases and pole line hardware was 
given further attention. The galvanizing of ground rod assemblies was 
studied and found desirable to continue for the present. 

The grounding of airbreak switches was given attention with special 
reference to the potential differences between the operating handle and 
ground under fault conditions. 



Miscellaneous Research 



Soil investigations were carried further to determine the properties of 
earth materials for use in dam construction. Certain factors which influence 



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PERMEABILITY OF SOILS 

Two permeameters for measuring the seepage capacity of soils 

under load 



the results obtained in permeability and shear tests were given special atten- 
tion. 

Fluoroscopic studies of various types of metal castings have been made 
to insure reliability in service of equipment being constructed. 



New Equipment 

Two new insulation- testing transformers were purchased for the wire 

test laboratory; a new head-lifting device was obtained for the 40,000-lb. 

j Universal compression testing machine and a 200-lb. capacity dial type scale 

I for the concrete and soil laboratories. Three permeameters and a hquid 

' limit measuring device were bought for soil testing and a reflectometer and 

transmissometer for the photometric laboratory. 

A pacing disc device was assembled for the soil shear machine, a lead- 
^ lined steel cabinet was completed for radiographic work, and a special magnet 
'was designed and assembled to charge permanent magnets. 



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Specifications and Committee Work 

Members of the Laboratories' staff attended meetings and conferences 
of several organizations and assisted in the preparation of specifications and 
other committee activities. These organizations included: Canadian En- 
gineering Standards Association, National Research Council, Engineering 
Institute of Canada, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, American 
Concrete Institute, American Society for Testing Materials, International 
Association of Electrical Inspectors, Canadian Machine Tool Builders' As- 
sociation, Canadian Manufacturers' Association, Ontario Municipal Electric 
Association, and Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities. 



APPROVALS LABORATORY 

This section of the Laboratories functions as agent of the Canadian 
Engineering Standards Association, taking care of approvals testing and 
factory re-examination of electrical equipment throughout Canada, and for 
manufacturers in the United .States who wish to sell their products in Canada. 
The Approvals engineer attends meetings of the administrative board of the 
Approvals division held in Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. 

Revenue-producing items have shown a decrease this year. Although 
label sales for insulated wire and cable and for conduit had increased lasl 
year, they have again decreased in volume indicating that the building 
period for war plants and wartime housing has passed its peak. The reduc- 
tion in quantity of appliances is largely due to the necessary restriction ir 
the use of metals and other essential raw materials required in the productior 
of equipment and materials for use in the war. Many lines of electrica 
equipment are considered non-essential and therefore have been almost en 
tirely withdrawn from production. 

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

The various restrictions necessitated by Canada's wartime economy hav( 
been forcibly reflected in the volume of work handled by the Electrical In 
spection department this year. The decrease in the number of non-essentia 
electrical installations, such as those for urban residential and commercia 
premises, together with the cessation of rural line construction and exten 
sions, have not been counterbalanced by the volume of electrical installatioi 
work carried out in buildings classified as essential to the prosecution of th 
war. 

It would appear that this condition will not show improvement unti 
after the war, and that the volume of work will continue to decrease as essen 
tial war industries have now reached a high degree of saturation. 

Statistical 

A total of 88,934 permits was issued, a decrease of 26.2 per cent fron 
last year and a decrease of 2L5 per cent from the average number issue 
during the five fiscal years, 1938-1942. Inspections made numbered 183,7U 
a decrease of 14 per cent from 1941. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 89 

Fires Attributed to Electricity 

In making routine investigations of fires reported as having been caused 
through wiring and equipment, fourteen were found to have originated from 
this source. Five of these were due to current from electric street railway 
systems accidentally entering consumers' premises, not to defective wiring 
nor improper use of apparatus or wiring by the consumer. 

The remaining nine fires were due to clothing in contact with a hot 
plate, joints in flexible cord, short circuits in armoured cable and in knob- 
and-tube wiring, and an iron left in contact with combustible material and 
unattended. 

Electrocutions and Fatal Accidents 

Seven persons lost their lives in 1942 as a result of accidents in connection 
with electric wiring and equipment in Ontario. Causes of these fatalities, 
briefly, were, — two men received fatal burns while opening 2,300-volt dis- 
connecting switches under load ; two men came into contact with high-voltage 
lines; one man touched a grounded metal conduit while making splices in a 
live 600- volt conductor and another grasped a grounded conduit while cut- 
ting a 120- volt service conductor; one woman was electrocuted while taking 
a bath when an air heater fell into the bath tub. 

Accidents, Non-Fatal 

In addition to fatalities, twelve persons received either severe shock or 
burns as a result of accidents due to electrical equipment. 

In ten of these cases, men received severe burns, — four were handling 
live conductors on the back of 600- volt switchboards; one used a 240- volt 
test lamp on a 600- volt circuit; one was transposing live supply leads to a 
motor ; another was cleaning the terminals of a live disconnecting switch with 
a wire brush; one opened a defective live switch while investigating trouble 
and two were burned while standing near a disconnecting switch when it 
was opened under load. Some of these persons suffered shock as well as 
burns but two others received shock, one while touching a defective un- 
grounded casting drier and the other from contact with armoured cable that 
was defective and had been installed in a sub-standard manner. 

Ground Tests 

A total of 698 ground tests were made in isolated communities and rural 
districts, as compared with 2,511 in 1941. The reduction is due to the 
decrease in rural line extensions. 

Infractions of Regulations 

Twenty-five persons, or companies, were prosecuted for various infrac- 
tions of the rules and regulations governing the installation, sals and disposal 
of electric wiring and equipment. 

special Inspections of Equipment 

During the year, 1,057 apphcations were received from manufacturers 
and distributors of electrical equipment for approval of devices not listed as 
approved by the Canadian Engineering Standards Association. The depart- 
ment reported upon 844 of these applications. 



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The Canadian Electrical Code 

Engineers of the Canadian Engineering Standards Association, and mem- 
bers of the Engineering department and Electrical Inspection staff attended 
sixteen meetings and assisted in compiling and revising sections of Parts I, 
II and IV of the Code. 

The work on Part I of the Code, on Electrical Installations, includes 
issuing interim revisions and interpretations and attending meetings of the 
Central committee. That on Part II, on Approval Specifications for Elec- 
trical Equipment, involves the preparation of draft specifications and includes 
meetings with Part II committee. The work associated with Part IV, on 
Radio Interference, includes preparations of drafts of sections of specifica- 
tions which would ensure good practice in methods of suppressing radio 
interference. This work also involves attendance at meetings of the com- 
mittee on Part IV, and meetings of panels and subpanels of the Main com- 
mittee. 

Attention was given to the preparation and editing of galley and page 
proof forms for the Part I and Main committees, and in compiling final pre- 
liminary drafts for the Part II committee. Twenty new and revised speci- 
fications of Part II were issued and fifteen other specifications were advanced 
Work was started on two new specifications, one of which was left uncom- 
pleted by order of the Administrative Board. A large amount of secretarial 
work was done on the preliminary draft stages of other specifications. 



PRODUCTION AND SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

The volum.e of work done in the machine shop, carpenter shop and garag(| 
continued on a very active basis, exceeding that of the previous year by ap' 
proximately 15 per cent. Part of the increase in the machine shop was du( 
to participation in the Bits and Pieces Programme which resulted in th{ 
manufacture of 22,800 individual parts for various war industries. 

A total of 1,530 orders was completed by the machine shop and garage 
The work done in the garage included overhauling 74 trucks and recondition 
ing 46 units of gasoline-driven equipment for the Construction department. 
In addition, 963 orders for miscellaneous truck repairs were completed. Th< 
policy of regularly and systematically inspecting the Commission's fleet o 
379 trucks was continued. 

The curtailment in the manufacture of commercial vehicles limited th( 
purchases by the Commission to 31 trucks and one trailer. Of these, 1 
trucks were replacements and the remaining 20 were additions to the fleet 
No trucks have been purchased since April and all efforts from that tim< 
have been confined entirely to maintaining present equipment. 

The mileage operated by the fleet during the fiscal year was approxi 
mately 2,700,000 miles which represents a reduction of 18 per cent from th< 
previous year's mileage. This reduction reflects the consistent efforts mad< 
by the various departments of the Commission to conserve rubber and reduc< 
the consumption of gasoline. 



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SECTION IX 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to 

Properties Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission in the 

Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay 

Systems on Behalf of Municipalities 

and to 

Northern Ontario Properties Held and Operated by the Commission 
in Trust for the Province of Ontario, and 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company— A Subsidiary of 

Niagara System 



TN this section of the Report financial statements relating to the activities 
^ of The Hydro- Electric Power Commission, segregated into certain distinct 
divisions, are presented. The first division relates to those activities on behalf 
of the co-operative municipalities, which are partners in the main "Hydro" 
undertaking corr prising the Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and 
Thunder Bay systerrs. The second relates to the administration of the 
Northern Ontario Properties which are held and operated by the Com.mission 
in trust for the Province of Ontario. The third relates to The Hamilton 
Street Railway Company, a subsidiary of the Niagara system. 

Co-operative Systems 

In the Foreword to this Report a brief reference is made to the basic 
prmciple governing the cperaticns of the "Hydro" undertaking in supplying 
electrical service at cost, and to the wholesale and retail aspects of the work. 
A description is also given of the several systems into which the partner muni- 
cipalities are co-ordinated for securing common action with respect to power 
supplies, through the medium of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
which, under The Power Commission Act, functions as their Trustee. 

Although for the purpose of financial adminstration the various systems 
are separate units, there is a similarity of procedure with respect to their 
operation which enables certain financial statements, as for example the 
various reserves, to be co-ordinated and presented in summary tables. 



92 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

The first set of tables in Section IX gives collective results for the co- 
operative activities related to the four systems. These tables include a 
balance sheet; a statement of operations and cost distribution as 
detailed in the ''cost of power" tables referred to below; schedules respecting 
fixed assets, capital expenditures and grants — rural power districts, 
power accounts receivable, funded debt issued or assumed, renewals 
reserves, contingencies and obsolescence reserves, stablization oj 
rates reserves, sinking fund reserves and the account with the Pro- 
vincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario. 

The tables which follow these general financial statements relate more 
particularly to the individual municipality's aspects of the wholesale activities 
of the Commission and for each system show the cost of power to the in 
dividual municipal utilities, the credit or debit adjustment remaining a 
the end of the fiscal year, and the sinking fund equity that has been acquirec 
by the individual municipality. There is also included for each system i 
rural operating statement. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various muni 
cipalities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the source 
of supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various powe 
developments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connecte( 
municipalities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relativ 
use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsi 
bility for that portion of property employed in providing and transmittini 
power for its use, together with such expenses — including the cost of pur 
chased power if any — as are incidental to the provision and delivery of it 
wholesale power. The annual expenses and the appropriations for reserve 
are provided out of revenues collected in respect of such power, through th 
medium of power bills rendered by the Commission. The municipalities ar 
billed at an estimated interim rate each month during the year and credit o 
debit adjustment is made at the end of the year,* when the Commission' 
books are closed and the actual cost payable by each municipality for powe 
taken has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for th 
wholesale cost of power — besides such current expenses as those for operatic 
and maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — ar 
sums required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, for contir 
gencies and obsolescence, and for stabilization of rates. The first-mentione 
reserve, namely, sinking fund, is being created on a 40-year basis for th 
purpose of liquidating capital liabilities. The other reserves are, respectively 
being created to provide funds for the replacing or rebuilding of plant as : 
wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace existing equipment wit 
improved equipment as it become available through advances in science an 
invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from time to time ma 
arise; and to prevent rates frcm fluctuating unduly. 

*The fnancial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for tl 
municipal electric utilities however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are ma( 
up to. this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 93 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the 
total revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for ser- 
vice supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power 
supplied by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission; 
the balance of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense 
incurred by the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its con- 
sumers. 



Tabular Data 



The following comments relate to the tabular data presented : 

Balance Sheet. — The first tabular statement given in Section IX 
is a balance sheet showing the assets, and the liabilities of the several 
co-operative systems. 

Statement of Operation and Cost Distributions. — This state- 
ment is a summary of operating expenses and fixed charges as shown 
in the **cost of power" tables relating to the individual systems as re- 
ferred to more particularly below. 

Fixed Assets. — Details are given concerning the various fixed 
assets of each system and of the miscellaneous properties, whilst similar 
details are shown of the capital expenditures for the year ended October 
31, 1942. 

Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts. — 

This schedule gives summary information respecting the total capital 
expenditures on rural power districts and grants-in-aid of construction 
paid or payable by the Province with respect to such rural districts. 

Power Accounts Receivable.-^This schedule sets forth the 
amounts collectable from all classes of power consumers and includes 
the annual adjustment figures from the "credit or charge" statements 
for municipalities. The main details of those debit balances three 
months or more overdue are stated. 

Funded Debt Issued or Assumed. — This schedule presents a 
complete list of the securities issued or assumed by the Commission on 
account of the several systems, and the Northern Ontario Properties. 
It should be noted that securities issued to finance Northern Ontario 
Properties are shown only in memorandum form on the balance sheet 
of the Commission, whilst the direct liability is shown on the balance 
sheet of the Northern Ontario Properties. 



94 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Renewals Reserves, 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserves, and 

Stabilization of Rates Reserves. 

These schedules show the provisions made to, the expenditures 
from, and the balance to the credit of, these reserves for each of the 
systems and other properties included in the power undertakings 
operated on a cost basis. 

Sinking Fund Reserves. — This schedule summarizes the appro- 
priations of principal and interest with respect to these reserves for each 
of the systems and certain other properties. 

Account with the Provincial Treasurer. — This schedule lists, 
both for the Niagara and other systems operated on a cost basis, and 
for the Northern Ontario Properties which are held and operated by 
the Commission in trust for the Province, the advances from the 
Province of Ontario and the repayments which have been applied to 
reduce this liability. It should be noted that Provincial advances to 
finance Northern Ontario Properties are shown in memorandum form 
only on the balance sheet of the Commission as the direct liability is 
carried on the Northern Ontario Properties' balance sheet. 

Following these statements, which are common to all systems, there are 
given for each of the individual co-operative systems four tabular statements 
as follows: 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality of the items of cost summarized in the operating account, 
as well as the apportionment of fixed assets in service listed in the 
balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each municipality. 
It should be noted that the cost of power given in this table is the 
wholesale cost — that is, the cost which the Commission receives for the 
power delivered from the main transformer stations serving the local 
utility. In the case of municipal electrical utilities not directly admin- 
istered by the Commission, the respective costs of power appear in 
Statement "B" of Section X as "power purchased". 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made 
in order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility 
to the actual cost of service. 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of 
the amounts paid by each municipality as part of the cost of power 
together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 

Rural Operating statement, which summarizes for the rural 
power districts of the system the various items of cost, and the revenues 
received, in connection with the distribution of electrical energy to 
rural consumers. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 95 

Northern Ontario Properties 

The statements and schedules respecting these properties which are held 
and operated by the Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario include 
the balance sheet, operating and income accounts, schedules of fixed assets, 
renewals reserves, contingencies and obsolescence reserves, and sinking fund 
reserves. These schedules are similar in form to the corresponding schedules 
relating to the co-operative systems. 

The Hamilton Street Railway Company 

This is a subsidiary of the Niagara system of the Commission. A balance 
sheet and operating and income account are presented. 

Municipal Utilities 

All municipal "Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial proce- 
dure with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the 
creation of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the 
necessary reserves to protect generating, transforming and transmission 
systems, the municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their 
local ''Hydro" utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts", relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have con- 
tracted with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this 
section there is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially 
referred. 



Auditing of Accounts 

The accounts of The Hydro- Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. 
The accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are pre- 
pared according to approved and standard practice and The Public Utilities 
Act requires that they shall be audited by the auditors of the municipal 
corporation. 



96 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 97 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 

For the Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Relating to Properties operated on a **Cost Basis'' for the Co-operating 

Municipalities and Rural Power Districts which are supplied with 

Electrical Power and Services from the following Properties: 

Niagara System 

Georgian Bay System 

Eastern Ontario System 

Thunder Bay System 

Service and Administrative 
Buildings and Equipment 



STATEMENTS 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1942. 

Statements of Operations and Cost of Power for the Year ended 
October 31, 1942. 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1942: 
Fixed Assets — By Systems and Properties 
Capital Expenditures and Grants — Rural Power Districts 
Power Accounts Receivable 
Funded Debt Issued or Assumed 
Renewals Reserves 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserves 
Stabilization of Rates Reserves 
Sinking Fund Reserves 
Account with the Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 

Statements for Municipalities Receiving Power under Cost Contracts 

4— H.E. 



98 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT OCTOBER 31, 1942, IN 
Niagara System Georgian Bay System 

ASSETS 
Fixed Assets: 

Niagara system $249,457,493.40 

Georgian Bay system 16,910,471 .86 

Eastern Ontario system 35,749,683.30 

Thunder Bay system 20,269,328.34 

Service and administrative buildings and equipment 4,440,275 . 28 



$326,827,252.18 
Less: Grants-in-aid of construction: 

Province of Ontario — for rural power districts 19,085,198 . 62 

$307,742,053 . 56 

Investments: 



The Hamilton Street Railway Company— Capital stock $ 3,000,000 . 00 

Other investments 209,577.00 



Current Assets: 

Cash in banks $ 2,219,887.57 

Employees' working funds 64,904 . 80 

Sundry accounts receivable 970,244 . 05 

Power accounts receivable 4,437,680 . 65 

Interest accrued 585,381 . 73 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits: 

Cash deposits $ 13,852.94 

Securities— at par value 667,099 . 19 

680,952.13 

Prepayments 72,398.67 

Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance materials and supplies $ 2,722,458.39 

Construction and maintenance tools and equipment 1,046,688.43 

Office equipment 186,371 .80 



3,209,577.00 



9,031,449.60 



3,955,518.62 



Deferred Assets: 

Agreements and mortgages $ 125,653 . 13 

Rural district loans 24,050. 78 

Work in progress — deferred work orders 191,802 . 34 

341,506.25 

Unamortized Discount on Debentures 396,064 . 82 

Reserve Funds: 

Investments — Specific reserves $ 47,636,301 . 59 

Employers' Liability Insurance Fund: 

Investments $1,046,420. 65 

Deposits with the Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Board 28,631.93 

1 ,075,052 . 58 

Pension Fund, Investments 7,015,267.85 

55,726,622.02 

Sinking Funds: 

Deposits in the hands of trustees — including temporary investments 796,773.69 



$381,199,565.56 



1943 THE HYDRO -ELE CTRIC POWER COMMISSION 99 

COMMISSION OF 

WHICH THE FOLLOWING PROPERTli:... ARE INCLUDED: 

Eastern Ontario System Thunder Bay System 



LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 
Long Term Liabilities: 

Funded debt issued or assumed $105,774,884 . 73 

Less — Debentures issued to finance Northern Ontario 

Properties 22,958,000.00 



$ 82,816,884.73 

Advances from the Province of Ontario $130,435,565.39 

Less — Advances for Northern Ontario 

Properties 5,906,960.22 

124,528,605.17 

Purchase agreements, and mortgages 96,080.39 

$207,441,570. 29 

Current Liabilities: 

Accounts and payrolls payable $ 2,469,859. 17 

Power accounts— credit balances 77,243 . 47 

Hamilton Street Railway Company — Current account 115,587.86 

Northern Ontario Properties— Current account 717,419.66 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for rural loans 22,572 . 42 

Consumers' and contractors' deposits 742,438 . 79 

Debenture interest accrued 791,705 . 98 

Miscellaneous interest accrued 3,066.03 

Miscellaneous accruals 82,807 . 10 

Rural power districts grants — not allocated 4,716.98 

5,027,417.46 

Rural Power Districts — Rates suspense, net 1,795,609.80 

Unamortized Premium on Debentures 6,429. 18 

Reserves: 

Renewals $ 53,503,110.46 

Contingencies and obsolescence 21,709,359.78 

Stabilization of rates 13,537,874.46 

Fire insurance 106,688.28 

Investment— subsidiary 571,622 . 22 

$ 89,428,655.20 

Employers' liability insurance 1,229,011 .48 

Pension fund 7,833,123 . 66 

Miscellaneous 439,125.81 



98,929,916.15 



Sinking Fund Reserves: 
Represented by: 

Funded debt retired through sinking funds $ 26,619,741 . 80 

Provincial advances retired through sinking funds 40,582,107. 19 

Deposits in the hands of trustees— Contra 796,773 . 69 



67,998,622.68 
$381,199,565.56 

Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
the year ended the 31st October, 1942, and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet 
IS properly drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Commission's 
affairs at the 31st October, 1942, according to the best of our information and the explanations 
given to us, and as shown by the books and record '. of the Commission. We have obtained all 
the information and explanations we have required. 

OSCAR HUDSON «& CO., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

22nd April, 1943. Auditors 



100 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Statement of Operations and Cost of Power for 



System and property 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 



Operating 
maintenance 
and admin- 
istrative 
expenses 



Interest 



Provision 

for 
renewals 



Provision 
for 
contin- 
gencies 

and 
obsoles- 
cence 



Niagara System: 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts . . . 

Companies 

Local distribution systems 



$ c. 

6,266,564.05 

374,494.21 

2,995,189.78 

15,720.68 



$ c 

3,135,864.70 

274,225.98 

1,284,687.90 

41,705.99 



$ c. 

7,359,661.73 

546,872.76 

2,130,088.16 

30,221.16 



$ c 

1,134,649.91 

103,648.38 

365,382.05 

7,947.88 



$ c, 

487,237.84 

38,790.01 

5,852,727. 5£ 

3,674.4^ 



Total 

Georgian Bay System : 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 

Local distribution systems, 



9,651.968.72 



4,736,484.57 



10,066,843.81 



1,611,628.22 



6,382,429.8c 



4,129.52 
79,682.77 



368,809.10 
84,743.18 
19,311.54 
16,462.81 



358,990.65 
90,168.26 
20,996.48 
11,002.39 



101,215.48 

27,082.64 

6,342.66 

4,131.05 



80,556. 7( 

19,281.3] 

136,890.7: 

2,366. 8( 



Total 

Eastern Ontario System : 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts 

Companies 

Local distribution systems, 



83,812.29 



489,326.63 



481,157.78 



138,771.83 



239,095.6^. 



849,881 . 12 

98,660.06 

296,040.86 

2,878.05 



648,081.24 

85,127.73 

198,331.23 

6,967.06 



619,847.09 

90,565.56 

228,893.58 

4,256.63 



170,207.57 

28,365.11 

64,767.26 

1,517.09 



208,386. 3( 

28,127.5{ 

231,358.0' 

975.7' 



Total 

Thunder Bay System : 

Municipalities 

Rural power districts . . . . 

Companies 

Mining Area — Mines . . . . 
Mining Area — Townsites. 



1,247,460.09 



938,507.26 



943,562.86 



264,857.03 



468,847.6' 



108,837.87 
2,365.90 

174,599.97 
52,907.17 
16,607.15 



303,376.88 

7,341.51 

507,452.16 

135,541.69 

12,898.42 



55,358.82 

1,494.06 

88,226.51 

14,324.22 

783.01 



60,597.5 

1,342.2, 

113,902.6 

103,607.8 

16,133.5 



Total 

Cost of Distribution of 
POWER WITHIN R.P.D.'s: 
Niagara system R.P.D. . . . 
Georgian Bay sys. R.P.D. . 
Eastern Ontario system 

R.P.D 

ThunderBay sys. R.P.D.. . 



355,318.06 



966,610.66 



160,186.62 



295,583.7 



1,543,018.46 
= 270,508.83 

= 395,402.20 
14,866.49 



988,460.70 
201,531.63 

333,888.71 
14,994.87 



552,092.13 
119,181.42 

180,417.66 
12,110.24 



238,709.15 
53,743.14 

86,582.02 
4,952.03 



Total 

Rural Lines operated 
Municipalities: 

Niagara rural lines 

Georgian Bay rural lines 



"2,223,795.98 



1,538,875.91 



863,801.45 



383,986.34 



BY 



845.80 
48 22 



401.17 
18.44 



200. c^ 
9.2 



Total. 



894.02 



419.61 



209.J 



Total for all systems. , 
R.P.D.'s eliminations. 



13,207,037.08 
* (2,223,795. 98) 



8,058,512.43 



13,322,870.58 



2,559,849.65 



7,386,166.- 



Net total for all systems 
Grand Summary: 

Niagara system 

Georgian Bay system 

Eastern Ontario system. . . 
Thunder Bay system 



10,983,241.10 



8.058,512.43 



13,322,870.58 



2,559,849.65 



7,386,166. 



9,651,968.72 

83,812.29 

1,247,460.09 



5,724,945.27 
690,858.26 

1,272,395.97 
370,312.93 



10,619,781.74 

600,387.42 

1,123,980.52 

978,720.90 



1,850,738.54 
192,533.41 
351,439.05 
165,138.65 



6,382.630.' 
239,104.^ 
468,847. e 
295,583.' 



10,983,241.10 



8,058,512.43 



13,322,870.58 



2,559,849.65 



7,386.166. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



101 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Each System for the Year ended October 31, 1942, 



Provision 

for 
stabiliza- 
tion 
of rates 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Operating 
balance 
in respect 
of power sold 
to private 
companies 


Total cost 


Amount 

received from 

(or billed 

against) 

municipalities 

and other 

customers 


Amount remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to municipalities 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

1,847,200.60 

110,390.00 


$ c. 

1,667.119.56 

124,127.05 

479,224.39 

6,878.27 


$ c. 
(494,136.31) 

(29,529.93) 
509.315.05 

14.351.19 


$ c. 

21,404.162.08 

*1.543,018.46 

13,616.614.88 

120.499.66 


$ c. 

21,802,395.60 

n.543.018.46 

13,616.614.88 

120.499.66 


$ c. 
451.213 . 93 


$ c. 
52,980.41 


















1,957,590.60 


2.277,349.27 




36.684.295.08 


37,082.528.60 


451.213.93 


52,980.41 






95,646.00 
22,049.40 


88.513.51 

22,171.68 

5,162.97 

2,705.40 


3,829.61 
882.84 
(2,585.58) 
(2,126.87) 


1.097.561.11 

* 270,508.83 

265.801.61 

34.541.58 


1,146,028.46 

* 270,508.83 

265.801.61 

34.541.58 


54.920.36 


6.453.01 


















117,695.40 


118.553.56 




1.668.413.13 


1.716.880.48 


54.920.36 


6.453.01 






306,508.80 
39.542.70 


158.697.00 

23,139.13 

57,491.72 

1.087.55 


14.529.20 

1.874.41 

(23.482.86) 

7.079.25 


2.976.138.32 

* 395,402 20 

1.053.399.86 

24.761.40 


3.050.348.50 

* 395.402.20 

1.053.399.86 

24.761.40 


108,313.81 


34.103.63 
















346.051.50 


240,415.40 




4.449,701.78 


4.523.911.96 


108.313.81 


34,103.63 







47,257.35 
946.65 


65.408.85 

1,580.57 

107,768.19 

19.834.10 

1.084.20 


(10.206.46) 
(204.45) 
10,410.91 


630.630.82 
* 14.866.49 
1.002,360.38 

415.831.04 
46.920.53 


662.914 06 

* 14.866.49 

1.002.360.38 

415,831.04 

46.920.53 


32.283.24 










89,616.61 

(585.78) 
















137,234 23 


195.675.91 




2,110.609.26 


2.142.892.50 


32,283.24 










126,739.64 
29.305.81 

46,095.93 
2,607.24 




3,449,020.08 
674.270.83 

1.042.386.52 
49.530.87 


3.626.530.90 
604.965.50 

1.067.573.12 

47.424.49 


177.510.82 








69,305 33 






25,186.60 








2.106.38 












204,748.62 




5,215,208.30 


5.346.494.01 


202,697.42 


71.411.71 






361.05 
16.60 




1,808.61 
92.48 


1.808.61 
92.48 
























377.65 




1,901.09 


1,901.09 














2,558.571.73 


3,037.120.41 




50,130,128.64 
* (2,223,795. 98) 


50.814,608 64 
*(2,223.795.98) 


849.428.76 


164,948.76 


















2.558,571.73 


3,037,120.41 




47.906,332.66 


48,590,812.66 


849.428.76 


164 948 76 






1,957,590.60 
117,695.40 
346,051.50 


2,404,449.96 
147,875.97 
286,511.33 
198,283.15 




38,592,105.31 
2,072,267.61 
5,096,686.10 
2,145,273.64 


39,167,849.65 
2,051,429.63 
5,196,082.88 
2,175,450.50 


628,724.75 
54,920.36 

133,500.41 
32,283.24 


52,980.41 




75,758.34 




34,103.63 


137,234.23 




2,106.38 








2.558,571.73 


3,037,120.41 




47,906,332.66 


48,590,812.66 


849,428.76 


164,948.76 



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No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 




-- 


Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants: 
Niagara river: 
Queenston-Chippawa 


$ c. 

129,430.27 
19.816.28 
45.394.30 

25,213.35 
107,913.67 

2,124,027.18 

502.300.12 

1,503.31 

2,517.111.53 

38,393.36 


$ c. 

125,278.14 
7,640.63 
6,542.85 

18,743.17 
107,913.67 

2,154,789.44 


$ c. 

47,948,280.54 
7,281,151.42 
3,823,491.60 

818,846.00 


$ c. 

28,879,644.11 

14,431,328.46 

7,634,054.18 

6,308,672.42 


$ c. 
76 953 202 79 


Ontario Power 


21 720 120 51 


Toronto Power 


11,464,088.63 
7,146,261 59 


Ottawa river: 
Chats Falls 


Des Joachims power site survey.. 
Welland canal: 
DeCew Falls 


107,913.67 
13,900,589 61 


8,398,571.92 


3,347,228.25 


Hamilton steam plant 




Long Lake diversion 




258,770.30 

3,840,257.38 

858,229.45 


615,982.52 


' 874 752 82 


Ogoki diversion 




3 840 257 38 


Preliminary river surveys 






858,229.45 










4,117,221.43 


2,420,907.90 


73,227,598.61 


61,216,909.94 


136,865,416.45 


Transformer stations: 

Southern Ontario stations 

Eastern power supply stations. . . . 


1,075,149.75 
2,047,137.31 


176,255.09 
1,229.907.18 


299,446.38 


32,232,885.34 
13,664,998 .23 


32,708,586.81 
14 894 905 41 








3,122,287.06 


1,406,162.27 


299,446 .38 


45,897,883.57 


47,603.492.22 


Transmission lines: 
Southern Ontario: 


102,869.27 
97,561.99 

82,621.96 
162.664.19 




7,115,841.49 
15.288.22 

2,481,462.18 




7,115,841.49 


Lines 


79.983.99 


19,212,209.68 


19,307,481.89 


Eastern power supply: 
Right-of-way 


2,481,462.18 


Lines . 




11,906,820.20 


11,906,820 20 












445,717.41 


79,983.99 


9,612,591.89 


31,119,029.88 


40,811.605.76 


Local Systems: 

Niagara peninsula 


92.141.69 


4,228.36 




215,712.21 


219,940.57 








Sub-total 


7,593,084.21 

132,117.93 
125,602.96 


3.911,282.52 
67.00 


83,139,636.88 
36,304.50 


138,449,535.60 

11.984,927.93 
11.915,680.55 


225,500.455.00 


Rural Power Districts: 
H-E.P.C. investment . . 


12,021.299.43 


Government grants 


11,915,680.55 










Rural Lines: 

Welland and Milton 


257,720.89 


67.00 


36,304.50 


23,900,608.48 
20,058.42 


23,936,979.98 
20.058.42 














7.850.805.10 


3,911,349.52 


83.175,941.38 


162,370,202.50 


249.457,493.40 



. 


Cost 
statements 


Transfers for 
cost purp>oses 


Fixed assets 
as above 


Cost of Power schedules 


$ c. 

225,439,382.60 

12,082,371.83 

20,058.42 


$ c. 
61,072.40 
61.072.40 


$ c. 
225.500,455.00 


Rural Operating schedules 


12,021,299.43 


Rural Lines schedules 


20.058.42 



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THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Property 



Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 



Fixed Assets 



Under 
construc- 
tion 



Non- 
depreciable 



Depreciable 



Total 



Power Plants: 
Muskoka river (below lake) : 

Bala No. 1 and No. 2 

Ragged Rapids 

Big Eddy 

Lands and water rights: 
(Ragged Rapids, Big Eddy plants, 
Sandy Grey and Go Home sites) 
Severn river: 

Wasdells 

Big Chute 

Preliminary surveys 

Beaver river: 

Eugenia 

Saugeen river: 

Hanover 

Walkerton 

Southampton 

Muskoka river (above lake) : 

South Falls 

Trethewey Falls 

Hanna Chute 

Hollow Lake dam 

Preliminary surveys 

Sauble river: 

Lands and rights 

Gull river: 

Lands and rights 



66.04 

2,585.77 

184,933.93 



Transformer Stations . 
Transmission Lines . . . 
Local Systems 



Sub-total 

Rural Power Districts: 
H-E.P.C. investment. 
Government grar ts . . 



Rural Lines: 
Brechin. . 



535.17 
1,024.42 



39.588.12 



38,273.20 



4,015.21 



1,912.53 
352.96 
392.55 



637.67 
550.00 



225,783.7? 



38,273.20 



154,420.60 

53,065.16 

2,901 .88 



6,776.61 

17.04 

1,626.85 



436,171.41 

31,712.77 
31,365.56 



46,693.70 



63,078.33 



70,468.43 

70,889.49 

170,467.76 



47,824.81 

15,302 .32 

122,540.48 

4,107.56 

148,980.43 

10,000.00 
100,372.31 
132.488.58 

17,934.95 
51,549.45 
34,756 73 
16,622.32 
14,912.93 

4,200.00 

5,309.20 



43,932.77 
1,253,654.15 
1,108,623.29 



132,715.92 
562,201.58 



1,140,594.08 



117,902.32 



436,674.95 

305,718 .47 

207,714.10 

29,540.16 



1,038,727.75 



5,339,271.79 



2,082,919 . 16 

2,919,521.23 

106,534.12 



$ c. 

114,401.20 
1,324,543.64 
1.279.091.05 



47.824.81 

148.018.24 

684,742.06 

4,107.56 

1,327,847.71 

10,000.00 
218,274.63 
132,488.58 

454,609.90 

357,267.92 

242,470.83 

46.162.48 

14.912.93 

4.200.00 

5,309.20 



6.416,272 74 



2,089,695 77 

2.919.538.27 

108.160.97 



1,038,727.75 



10,448,246.30 



2,771,837.47 
2,604,044.62 



11,533,667.75 

2,771,837.47 
2.604.044 .62 



5,375,882 09 



5,375,882.09 



922.02 



922.02 



499,249.74 46,693.70 1,038,727 75 



15,825,050.41 



16,910.471.86 





Cost 

statements 


Transiers for 
cost purposes 


Fixed assets 
as above 


Cost of Power schedules 


$ c. 

11,514,061.55 

2,791,443.67 

922.02 


$ c. 
19,606.20 
19,606.20 


$ c. 
11,533,667.75 


Rural Operating schedules 


2,771,837.47 


Rural Lines schedules 


922.02 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 




Fixed Assets 




Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants: 
Fenelon river: 
Fenelon Falls 


$ c. 

527.11 

1,194.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 
60,000.00 
31,400.00 


$ c. 

91.789.11 

290,275.05 

68,478.30 

217.929.40 

7,813.69 

1,188.421.26 

297,982.79 

1.364.146.25 

54.489.18 


$ c. 
151.789 11 


Otonabee river: 




321.675.05 
68 478 30 


Douro 




Lakefield 


631.65 
500.00 

3,369.37 

888.03 

2,599.08 




19,620.05 
1,980.81 


237 549 45 


Young's Point . ... 




9.794.50 
1.188.796.69 


Trent river: 
Heely Falls 


375.43 


^pvmrrtir 




297 982 79 








1.364,146 25 


Ranney Falls No. 3 




18,596.20 
1,000.00 


73.085 38 


Crow river 






1 000 00 




1,449.96 

706.14 

28,352.13 

50.99 

490.78 

13,789.72 




572,852.30 
837.955.91 
283.922.54 
252.723.83 
252.061.08 

705.967.22 

47.817.10 

128.118.21 

3.591.604.69 

676.631.51 

736.141.51 

1.795.46 


572 852 30 


Meyersburp 






837 955 91 


Sills Island 




38,679.36 


322 601 90 


Frankford 




252,723.83 
252,061.08 

719,081 .06 


Sidney 






Mississippi river: 
High Falls 




13,113.84 

9,929.06 

20,000.00 

673.134.10 

80.825.74 

494,946.23 


Carleton Place 




57,746 16 


Galetta 






148 118 21 


Madawaska river: 
Barrett Chute 


2,272,087.36 

851.44 

842,443.86 

1,305.61 




4 264 738 79 


Calabogie 




757 457.25 






1.231.087.74 




1,305.61 


3,101.07 




650.000.00 
124.231.85 


650,000.00 




7,992.38 
13.12 






124.231.85 


^Miscellaneous • • 


13.00 


43.298.55 


43,311.55 


Intangible • • 


2.217.761.29 


2,217,761.29 














3,136,740.41 


1,694.04 


4.455.218.53 


11.712.214.94 


16 169 127.51 




234 662.29 

176,915.77 

152.03 


3 910.65 
3,241.72 


76 296.26 

442,208.37 

703.00 


4 455 481.86 

5,878.358.81 

' 31.183.67 


4,535.688.77 


Transmission Lines 


6.323.808.90 




31.886.67 








Sub-total 


3,548,470.50 

75,414.37 
73,235.58 


8,846.41 


4,974.426.16 


22,077,239.28 

4,372,455.32 
4,316,716.13 


27.060.511.85 


Rural Power Districts: 

H-E.P.C. investment 


4,372.455.32 


Government grants . . . . 


4.316.716.13 












148,649.95 






8,689.171.45 


8,689,171.45 












3,697.120.45 


8.846.41 


4.974.426.16 


30,766,410.73 


35,749.683.30 





Cost 
statements 


Transfers for 
cost purposes 


Fixed assets 
as above 




$ c. 

27.023.080.33 

4.409.886 84 


$ c. 
37.431.52 
37,431.52 


$ c. 
27,060.511.85 


Rural Operating schedules 


4,372,455.32 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF4ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 




Fixed Assets 




Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 




Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Power Plants: 
Nipigon river: 
Cameron Falls 


$ c. 

3,126.71 
1,400.29 


$ c. 


$ c. 

857,418.84 
76,898.44 
55,450.41 


$ c. 

9,057,502.53 

5,268,262.59 

426,736.74 


$ c. 
9,914.921 .37 


Alexander 


5,345,161 .03 




482,187.15 


Preliminary Surveys 


30,242.35 


















34,769.35 




989,767.69 


14,752,501.86 


15,742,269.55 








10,288.22 
2,025.47 
1,772.85 


•••••• 


356.733.98 

959,650.42 

87,269.47 


903,023.40 
1,722,866.87 


1,259.757.38 




2,682,517.29 




87,269.47 











Sub-total 


45,310. IS 

5,574.32 
5,574.32 




2,393,421.56 


17,378,392.13 

248,757.33 
248,757 .32 


19 771,813 69 


Rural Power Districts: 
H-E P C investments 




248 757 33 








248,757.32 












11,148.6^ 







497,514.65 


497,514 .65 












34,161.55 




2,393,421.56 


17,875,906.78 


20,269.328.34 





Cost 
statements 


Fixed assets 
(as above) 


Cost of Power schedules .* 


$ c. 

19,771,813 .69 

248,757.33 


$ c. 
19.771.813 69 


Rural Operating schedules 


248,757.33 



ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICE BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


Ii) service 




Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Administrative Building: 
Toronto: 
University avenue . . . 


$ c. 
122,652.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 
224.155.48 


$ c. 

2,677,917.92 
160,821.95 


$ c. 

2.902,073.40 
160,821.95 


Elm and Centre streets 
















122,652.55 




224,155.48 


2,838,739.87 


3,062,895.35 






Service Buildings and Equipment: 
Toronto: 
Strachan a venue 


10.574.10 
23,003.33 






551,984.14 
53,150.71 
22,245.08 


551 984 14 


1379 Bloor Street west 






53,150.71 

22,^45.08 
750.000.00 


Cobourg 






Hamilton 






750,000.00 














12.429.23 




750,000.00 


627,379.93 


1,377,379.93 




110.223 .32 




974.155.48 


3.466,119.80 


4.440.275.28 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 

SUMMARY 





Net 
capital 

expendi- 
tures in 

the year 


Fixed Assets 


System or property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Niagara system 


$ c. 

7,850,805.10 

499,249.74 

3,697,120.45 

34,161.55 

110,223.32 


$ c. 

3,911,349.52 

46,693.70 

8,846.41 




$ c. 

83,175,941.38 

1,038,727.75 

4,974,426.16 

2,393,421.56 

974,155.48 


$ c. 

162,370,202.50 

15.825,050.41 

30,766,410.73 

17,875,906.78 

3,466.119.80 


$ c. 
249.457,493.40 


Georgian Bay system 


16,910,471.86 




35.749,683.30 


Thunder Bay system 


20,269,328.34 


Service and administrative buildings 


4.440,275.28 




• 




Less: Grants in aid of construction: 
Province of Ontario for rural power 
districts . 


12,123,237.06 
235,778.42 


3,966,889.63 


92.556,672.33 


230.303.690.22 
19.085,198.62 


326.827,252.18 
19,085,198.62 












11.887,458.64 


3,966,889.63 


92,556,672.33 


211.218,491.60 


307.742,053.56 



1943 



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107 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES AND GRANTS— RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

Summary at October 31, 1942 

Statement showing the Total Capital Expenditures to October 31, 1942, on the construc- 
tion of Primary and Secondary lines in Rural Power Districts; the portion thereof 
in course of construction, and the investment in lines in operation; also the 
amounts of the Grants (fifty per cent of both Primary and Secondary 
lines) paid or payable to the Commission by the Province of Ontario 
up to October 31, 1942. 



System 


Total 

capital 

expenditure 


In course 

of 

construction 


In 
operation 


Grants (50% of 

Primary and Secondary 

lines) paid or payable 

by the Province 

as authorized by 

Orders-in-Council * 


Niagara system 


$ c. 

23,936,979.98 

5,375,882.09 

8,689,171.45 

497,514.65 


$ c. 
67.00 


$ c. 

23,936,912.98 

5,375,882.09 

8,689,171.45 

497,514.65 


$ c. 
11,915,680.55 


Georgian Bay system 


2,604,044.62 


Eastern Ontario system 




4,316,716 13 


Thunder Bay system 





248,757 32 








Sub-total 


38,499,548. 17 
796,446.51 


67.00 


38,499,481.17 
796,446.51 


19,085,198.62 


Northern Ontario Properties . . 


395,192.50 








Totals 


39,295,994.68 


67.00 


39,295,927.68 


19,480,391.12 







*Grants not made by Province in respect of a summer resort, street lighting systems in 71 
districts, service buildings in 8 districts, amounts paid for business already established (hereinafter 
called Intangible Assets) in 11 rural distribution systems purchased from private companies 
and transformer station in 1 district. 



Note: 

The Grants paid over by the Province to the Commission up to 
October 31, 1942 on account of authorized grants to rural power 

districts— amount to $19,485,108. 10 

The Grants payable by the Province — as above set out — in respect 
of rural power districts as at October 31, 1942, amount in the 
aggregate to 19,480,391 . 12 

A balance of $ 4,716.98 

Which balance represents: 

Grant funds in the hands of the Commission at October 31, 1942, not allo- 
cated, but to apply against the construction of authorized rural power 
districts and extension to existing districts $ 4,716. 98 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Power Accounts Receivable 



System or property 


Interim 
power bills 


Accumulated amount 
standing as a charge or credit 
on October 31, 1942 


Net total for 
wholesale 
consumers 




Charge 


Credit 




Niagara System : 

Municipalities 


$ c. 
1,947,435.07 
1,113,839.15 


$ c. 
57,152.07 


$ c. 
451,213.93 


$ c. 
1,553,373.21 


Companies 


1,113,839.15 


Local and rural 




















3.061,274.22 


57,152.07 


451,213.93 


2,667,212.36 


Georgian Bay System: 

Municipalities 


153,809.78 
22,899.74 


6,453.01 


54,920.36 


105,342.43 


Comoanies 


22 899 74 


Local and rural 




















176,709.52 


6,453.01 


54,920.36 


128,242.17 


Eastern Ontario System: 
Municipalities 


326,596.93 
104,037.45 


34,103.63 


108,313.81 


252,386.75 


Companies 


104,037.45 


Local and rural 




















430,634.38 


34,103.63 


108,313.81 


356,424.20 


Thunder Bay System : 

Municipalities 


25,163.14 
67,824.23 




32,283.24 


(7,120.10) 


Companies 




67,824.23 


Local and rural 




















92,987.37 




32,283.24 


60,704 13 








Grand totals 


3,761,605.49 


97.708.71 


646,731.34 


3,212,582.86 







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109 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1942 



Retail power 
consumers — 

local and 
rural 

districts 


Net total of 

power accounts 

receivable 


Debit 
balances 


Credit 
balances 


Debit balances 

three months or 

more overdue 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,553,373.21 

1,113,839.15 

706,824.96 


$ c. 

1,579,226.42 

1,113,839.15 

706,824.96 


$ c. 
25,853.21 


$ c. 
4,171.66 






706,824 96 




7,459 41 








706,824.96 


3,374,037.32 


3,399,890.53 


25,853.21 


11,631.07 




105,342.43 

22,899.74 

169,592.38 


108,017.66 

22.899.74 

169,592.38 


2.675.23 








169,592.38 




8,206.77 








169,592.38 


297,834.55 


300,509.78 


2,675.23 


8.206.77 




252,386.75 
104,037.45 
258,963.33 


256,021.98 
104,037.45 
258,963.33 


3.635.23 






104 53 


258,963.33 




12,081 . 13 








258,963.33 


615,387.53 


619,022.76 


3,635.23 


12,185.66 




(7,120.10) 

67,824.23 

12,473.65 


37,959.70 
67,824.23 
12,473.65 


45,079.80 








12,473.65 




1,609.12 


12,473.65 


73,177.78 


118,257.58 


45,079.80 


1.609.12 


1,147,854.32 


4,360,437.18 


4.437,680.65 


77,243.47 


33.632.62 



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THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Funded Debt Issued or 



Description 



Application of proceeds 



Date of 


ssue 


Jan. 
Feb. 


1, 
1. 


1935 
1903 


Feb. 


15. 


1941 


May 


1, 


1942 


Aug. 


1. 


1942 


June 15, 
May 1, 
Aug. 1, 
Feb. 1, 
Aug. 1. 
. une 1, 
Dec. 1, 


1935 
1905 
1938 
1938 
1917 
1918 
1918 



3H% H-E.P.C. debentures. 



5% Ontario Power Company bonds. 
2H% H-E.P.C. serial debentures. . . 

2H% and 3% H-E.P.C. serial 
debentures 



2H% and 3% H-E.P.C. serial 
debentures 



2^% H-E.P.C. debentures 

5% Ontario Transmission Co. bonds, 

3% H-E.P.C. debentures 

3M% 

4% 
4% 
4% 
4M% 



Refunding D.P. & T. and E.D. 

Companies 
Ontario Power Company 
Refunding H-E.P.C. 1941 debentures 

and financing plant extensions . . 

Refunding H-E.P.C. 1941 and 1942 
debentures 

Refunding Province of Ont. advances 

Refunding Province of Ont. advances, etc. 
Ontario Transmission Co. 
Financing plant extensions 
Refunding Toronto Power Co. 
Ontario Power Company 
Essex system 
Thorold system 

Dominion Power & Transmission 
Company 



Jan. 1, 1930 



Municipal debentures assumed 

Funded debt as shown on the 



Balance Sheet of The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of 



Ontario . 



Northern Ontario Properties: 

2H% H-E.P.C. debentures 

V/2% " serial debentures. 

21^% and 3% H-E.P.C. serial 
debentures 



2K% and 3% H-E.P.C. serial 
debentures 



3H% H-E.P.C. debentures. 
3% •' 



Refunding Ontario Power Service Corp'n. 
Refunding H-E.P.C. 1941 debentures 



Refunding H-E.P.C. 1942 debentures 



Refunding Province of Ontario advances 

Refunding Ontario Power Service Corp'n 

and financing plant extensions 
Financing plant extensions 



April 1, 1937 
Feb. 15, 1941 



May 1, 1942 
Aug. 1, 1942 



April 1, 1937 
Aug. 1, 1938 



Funded debt relating to all prop- 



erties vested in, or operated by, 
the Commission 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



111 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Assumed— October 31, 1942 



Date of maturity 


Matured 
and /or paid 
during year 


Principal 

outstanding 

October 31, 1942 


Interest 

for the year 

1941-1942 


Interest 

accrued 

October 31, 1942 


Jan 1, 1943 
Feb. 1, 1943 


$ c. 


$ c. 

10,000,000.00 
7,404,000.00 

10,500,000.00 

2.500.000.00 

4,427,000.00 

10,000,000.00 

1,081,000.00 

7,740,000.00 

9,000,000.00 

8.000,000.00 

200,000.00 

100,000.00 

11,864,000.00 


$ c. 

350,000.00 
370,175.00 

273,437.50 

33,125.00 

29,882.25 

250,000.00 

54,700.00 

232,200.00 

292,500.00 

320,000.00 

8,000.00 

4.000.00 

563.540.00 


$ c. 
116.666.66 




92.550.00 


Feb. 15, 1943- 
1949 

May 1, 1943- 
1952 


1,500,000.00 


54.687.50 


Aug. 1, 1943- 
1947 




29,882.25 


June 15, 1944 




93.750 00 


May 1. 1945 
Aug. 1, 1948 
Feb. 1, 1953 


50,000.00 




58,050.00 




73,125.00 


Aug. 1, 1957 
June 1, 1958 




80,000.00 




3,333 34 


Dec 1 1958 




1.666 67 


Jan. 1, 1970 




187.847.89 










1,550,000.00 
399.02 


82,816,000.00 
884.73 


2.781,559.75 
440.00 


791,559.31 
146.67 








1,550,399.02 


82.816.884.73 


2.781.999.75 


791 705 98 






April 1, 1942 


11,000,000.00 
375,000.00 


. . 


114.583.34 
68.359.37 

99.375.00 

492.75 

280.000.00 
142.800.00 




Feb. 15, 1943- 
1949 

May 1, 1943- 
1952 


2,625,000.00 
7,500,000.00 

73,000.00 

8,000,000.00, 
4.760.000.00 


13,671.87^ 


Aug. 1, 1943- 
1947 




492 75 


April 1, 1947 


) ;■. 


23,333 33 


Aug. 1, 1948 




35 700 00 










11,375,000.00 


22.958.000.00 


705.610.46 


73,197.95 




12.925.399.02 


105.774.884.73 


3.487.610.21 


864,903.93 





112 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYRO-ELEGTRIG POWER 
Renewals Reserves 



Niagara 
system 



Georgian Bay 

system 



Balances at November 1, 1941 

Transferred during the year 

Provision in the year — direct 

indirect 

Interest at 4% on reserves' balances . . 
Adjustments re transfer of equipment. 

Sub-total 

Expenditures for the year 



Balances at October 31, 1942 . 



36,830,605.99 



1,850,738.54 



1,473,224.24 
(128,988.86) 



40,025,579.91 
352,113.72 



39,673,466.19 



Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines and transformer 

stations 

Rural power districts 

Rural lines 

Administrative office buildings 

Service buildings and equipment 



35,032,618.26 

4,631,076.77 

9,771.16 



39,673,466.19 



$ c. 
2,820,250.04 



192,533.41 



112,810.00 
(80,593.32) 



3,045,000.13 
164,481.84 



2,880,518.29 



2,324,375.92 

555,705.35 

437.02 



2,880,518.29 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Contingencies and Obsolescence 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 

system 


Balances at November 1, 1941 


$ c. 
9,535,346.57 

530,960.71 


$ c. 
773,426.96 


Add: 

Hamilton Street Railway — 

Interest on Commission's investment in capital 
stock for the years 1933, 1935 and 1936 plus 
improvement thereon 






Transferred during the year 


10,066,307.28 
116,219.81 

6,382,630.48 
381,413.86 


773,426.96 
81,666.97 

239,104.86 
30,937.08 


Provision in the year as per cost statement 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 




Sub-total 


16,946,571.43 

1,041,019.76 

28,512.97 


1,125,135.87 
128,584.43 


Contingencies met with during the year 


Terminal building, Hamilton 






Balances at October 31, 1942 


15,877,038.70 


996,551.44 




Account balances: 

Power plants, transmission lines, transformer stations 
and rural power districts 


15.872,313.78 
4,724.92 


996,363.83 
187.61 


Rural lines 






15,877,038.70 


996,551.44 









1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



113 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1942 



Eastern Ontario 

system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Totals for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 

6,118,634.73 

6,000.00 


$ c. 
3,289,459.31 


$ c. 
662,849.19 


$ c. 

49,721,799.26 

6,000.00 


351,439.05 


165,138.65 




2,559,849.65 




21,146.41 
16,326.01 


21,146.41 


244,745.39 
770 44 


131.578.37 


1,978,684.01 
(208,811 74) 










6,721,589.61 
53,979.06 


3,586,176.33 
1,202.98 


700,321.61 
3,779.53 


54,078,667.59 
575,557.13 


6,667,610.55 


3,584,973.35 


696,542.08 


53,503,110.46 


5,543,083.50 


3,550,679.87 
34,293.48 




46,450,757 . 55 


1,124,527.05 




6,345,602.65 






10,208.18 






246,474.18 
450,067.90 


246,474 18 






450,067 90 








6,667,610.55 


3,584,973.35 


696,542.08 


53,503,110.46 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
Reserves— October 31, 1942 



Eastern Ontario system 


Thunder Bay system 


Totals for power undertakings 
operated on a "cost basis" 


$ c. 
1,896,884.49 


$ c. 
2,064,679.62 


$ c. 
14,270,337.64 

530,960.71 








1,896,884.49 
4,311.08 


2,064,679.62 


14,801,298.35 
202,197.86 


468,847.64 
75,875.38 


295,583.78 
82,587.19 


7,386,166.76 
570,813.51 


2,445,918.59 
42,511.74 


2,442,850.59 
10,487.80 


22,960,476.48 

1,222.603.73 

28,512 97 








2,403,406.85 


2,432,362.79 


21,709,359.78 


2,403,406.85 


2,432,362.79 


21,704,447.25 
4,912.53 








2,403,406.85 


2,432,362.79 


21,709,359.78 



114 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Stabilization of Rates Reserves 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 
system 


Balances at November 1, 1941 


$ c. 

8,056,468.99 

1,957,590.60 

322,258.76 


$ c. 
587 427 28 


Appropriations in the year as per cost statement 

Interest at 4% on reserves' balances . 


117,695.40 
23 497 09 








10,336,318.35 


728,619.77 


Account balances: 

Systems 


10,336,318.35 


728,619 77 







THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Sinking Fund Reserves 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian Bay 
system 


Balances at November 1, 1941 


$ c. 

53,217,540.66 

2,404,449.96 


2,221,888.34 
147,875.97 


Provision in the year — direct 


indirect . ... . . 


Interest at 4% on reserves' balances 


2,128,701.63 


88,875.53 




Balances at October 31, 1942 


57,750,692.25 


2,458,639.84 




Account balances : 

Systems 


56,143,863.45 

1,587,589.21 

19,239.59 


2,229,570.67 

228,461.10 

608.07 


Rural power districts 


Rural lines 


Administrative office buildings . . 


Service buildings and equipment . . .... 














57,750,692.25 


2,458,639.84 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



115 



COMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1942 



Eastern Ontario 


Thunder Bay 


Total for power 
undertakings 


system 


System 


Mining area 


operated on a 
"cost basis" 


$ c. 

1,408,527.49 

346,051.50 

56,341.10 


$ c. 

294,946.86 

48,204.00 

11,797.87 


$ c. 

209,651.24 

89,030.23 

8,386.05 


$ c. 

10,557,021.86 

2,558,571.73 

422,280.87 


1,810,920.09 


354,948.73 


307,067.52 


13,537,874.46 


1,810,920.09 


354,948.73 


307,067.52 


13,537,874.46 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
—October 31, 1942 



Eastern Ontario 
system 


Thunder Bay 
system 


Service and 
administrative 
buildings and 

equipment 


Totals for power 

undertakings 

operated on a 

"cost basis" 


$ c. 

3,358,358.39 

286,511.33 


$ c. 

3,033,723.94 

198,283.15 


$ c. 
593,874.67 


$ c. 

62,425,386.00 

3,037,120.41 




39,100.83 
23,754.99 


39,100.83 


134,334.33 




121,348.96 


2,497,015.44 


3,779,204.05 


3,353,356.05 


656,730.49 


67,998,622.68 


3,374,396.21 


3,339,678.22 
13,677.83 




65,087,508 . 55 


404,807.84 




2,234,535.98 






19,847,66 






420,865.77 
235,864.72 


420,865 . 77 






235,864 72 








3,779.204.05 


3,353,356.05 


656,730.49 


67,998,622.68 



116 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Account with 
The Provincial Treasurer of the Province of Ontario 

As at October 31, 1942 
ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 



Total 



Northern 
Ontario 

Properties 
operated for 
the Province 

of Ontario 



Niagara and 
other systems 
operated on a 

"cost basis" 



Advances for Capital Expenditures: 
Cash advances made by the Province to the Com- 
mission for capital expenditures purposes during 

the years 1909 to 1934, inclusive 

Cash returned by the Commission to the Province 
on April 30, 1935, to cover the difference between 
advances made by the Province to the Commis- 
sion during the year ended October 31, 1934, and 
the capital expenditures made out of such 
advances by the Commission in that year 



$ c 



207,250,258.34 



247,507.98 



$ c 



8,331,113.46 



74,001.99 



$ c. 



198,919,144.88 



173,505.99 



Total advances for capital expenditures. 



Repayments of Advances— 1926 to 1933: 

Cash repayments made by the Commission to the 

Province during the years 1926 to 1933 inclusive, 

which have been applied in each subsequent year 

to reduce the Commission's share in maturing 

Provincial obligations 



207,002,750.36 



17,008,616.73 



8,257.111.47 



3,061.39 



198,745,638.89 



17,005,555.34 



Commission's share in Provincial Bonds at 
October 31, 1934 



189,994,133.63 



8,254,050.08 



181,740,083.55 



Repayments of Advances: 
Retirements of Commission's share of Provincial 

bonds matured in the period November 1, 1934, 

to October 31, 1942: 

In year ended Oct. 31, 1935. . .$ 3,946,628.69 
" " " " 1936... 21,998,092.45 

" " " " 1937... 13,557,615.63 

" ' 1938... 1,777,019.93 

" " " " 1939... 2,151,516.02 

" " " " 1940... 1,756,175.77 

" " " " 1941... 7,739,894.75 

" " " " 1942... 6,631,625.00 



59,558,568.24 



2,347,089.86 



57,211,478.38 



Commission's share in Provincial Bonds at 

October 31. 1942 130,435,565.39 



5,906,960.22 



124,528,605.17 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 117 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



STATEMENTS FOR MUNICIPALITIES 

RECEIVING POWER UNDER COST CONTRACTS 

For the Year ended October 31, 1942 



STATEMENTS FOR EACH SYSTEM 

Cost of Power Credit or Charge 

Sinking Fund Rural Operating 



118 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31. 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Acton 

Agincourt. . . 
Ailsa Craig. . 
Alvinston. . . 
Amherstburg . 



Ancaster Township 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 



Beachville. . 
Beamsville . 
Belle River. 
Blenheim. . 
Blyth 



Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford twp . 



Bridgeport. . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . 



Caledonia. . . . 
Campbell ville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa. . . . 



Clifford. . . . 
Clinton . . . . 

Comber 

Cottam. . . . 
Courtright . 

Dash wood. 
Delaware. . 

Delhi 

Dorchester . 
Drayton . . , 



$ c. 
28.50 
35.50 
44.00 
63.00 
33.50 

27.50 
65.00 
30.50 
29.50 
28.50 

28.50 
26.00 
34.50 
34.50 
44.00 

38.50 
42.50 
27.00 
23.50 
27.50 

31.50 
55.00 
44.00 
30.50 
48.00 

27.50 
50.00 
42.00 
26.50 
21.50 

50.00 
33.50 
41.50 
40.50 
60.00 

42.00 
34.00 
33.00 
36.00 
50.00 



$ c. 
28.50 
32.00 
40.00 
52.00 
32.00 

27.50 
52.00 
30.00 
29.50 
28.50 

28.50 
26.00 
32.50 
32.50 
42.00 

35.00 
38.00 
26.00 
23.50 
27.50 

31.50 
48.00 
42.00 
30.50 
48.00 

27.50 
50.00 
39.00 
26.50 
21.50 

46.00 
32.50 
40 00 
38.00 
52.00 

38.00 
31.00 
31.00 
33.00 
48.00 



$ c 

319,835.56 

41,473.56 

34,650.01 

33,097.15 

221,087.10 

69,231.66 
24,144.84 

176,137.70 
48,979.64 

105,178.45 

137,827.28 
72,246.02 
42,700.46 

115,557.45 
39,780.51 

46,346.04 
33,290.80 

520,721.20 
3,517,229.49 

180,427.84 

33,752.33 
27,675.37 
42,131.13 
47,516.46 
13,277.07 

75,941.00 
12,418.51 
39,567.49 
1,267,772.19 
46,588.60 

33,506.64 
150,152.25 
37,725.24 
22,044.22 
18,353.33 

25,179.61 
14,470.03 
125,513.35 
24,845.61 
47,877.36 



1,537.9 
197.0 
126.0 
100.2 
914.1 

357.5 
62.5 
829.2 
212.4 
518.8 

657.4 
408.0 
178.4 
514.3 
130.8 

189.8 

133.2 

2,862.7 

19,726.6 

1,009.8 

147.1 

84.9 

143.7 

227.6 

44.1 

372.0 

36.8 

130.9 

6,568.0 



99.5 


643.1 


136.4 


80.4 


47.6 


90.4 


69.9 


543.1 


102.4 


127.7 



$ c 
10,434.55 

1,336.63 
854.90 
679.85 

6,202.11 

2,425.61 
424.06 
5,626.06 
1,441.12 
3,520.02 

4,460.41 
2,768.25 
1,210.43 
3,489.49 
887.47 

1,287.78 

903.75 

19,423.22 

133,843.62 

6,851.42 

998.06 
576.04 
974.99 
1,544.25 
299.22 

2,523.99 

249.69 

888.15 

44,563.43 

2,237.67 

675.10 
4,363.39 
925.46 
545.51 
322.96 

613.36 

474.27 

3,684.90 

694.78 

866.44 



$ c. 

6,932.32 

940.97 

958.41 

1,233.05 

4,555.37 

1,665.83 
858.18 
4,708.38 
1,535.87 
2,413.62 

2,960.95 
1,497.19 
1,072.92 
3,384.63 
1,130.19 

1,062.30 

1,173.03 

11,296.36 

68,815.24 

7,326.98 

725.89 

932.87 

1,206.13 

1,269.38 

436.46 

1,645.82 

508.77 

890.27 

28,200.47 

1,036.90 

1,319.11 

4,220.44 

1,092.35 

553.00 

561.65 

780.29 
431.95 

2,911.40 
676.77 

1,662.30 



$ c. 

14,475.45 
1,854.60 
1,561.54 
1,475.34 

10,013.94 

3,117.02 
1,100.75 
8,151.13 
2,263.92 
4,784.65 

6,161.05 
3,280.86 
1,930.19 
5,229.72 
1,803.78 

2,098.45 

1,494.99 

23,581.87 

160,442.02 

8,225.75 

1,535.01 
1,245.24 
1,908.79 
2,155.24 
605.83 

3,437.18 

565.54 

1,781.35 

57,631.28 

2,101.65 

1,519.47 

6,820.49 

1,711.14 

995.03 

826.65 

1,137.48 
650.54 
5,685.22 
1,122.94 
2,158.24 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



119 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Revenue 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 










received 
in excess 


charged 
to each 


received 
from (or 


remaining 










to be 




Provision 






of cost of 


munici- 


billed 


credited 




for 


Provision 


Provision 


power sold 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


contin- 


for 


for 


to private 


respect of 


each 


charged 


for 


gencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


com- 


power 


munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and 


tion of 


fund 


panies 


supplied 


pality 


municipality 




obso- 
lescence 


rates 






to it in 
the year 


by the 
Commission 


Credited 
(Charged) 






Credit 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


S c. 


2,681.00 


1,021.53 


3,075.80 


3,294.82 


822.79 


41,092.68 


43,829.85 


2,737.17 


338.84 


125.36 


394.00 


429.26 


105.40 


5,314.26 


6,422.65 


1,108.39 


347.19 


110.40 


252.00 


360.13 


67.41 


4,377.16 


5,134.13 


756.97 


352.28 


104.56 


200.40 


342.32 


53.61 


4,334.19 


5,408.20 


1,074.01 


1,988.58 


740.00 


1828.20 


2,287.31 


489.05 


27,126.46 


29,510.24 


2,383.78 


544.87 


213.54 


715.00 


709.27 


191.27 


9,199.87 


9,831.71 


631.84 


277.74 


74.90 


125.00 


254.24 


33.44 


3,081.43 


3,393.75 


312.32 


1,553.13 


579.98 


1,658.40 


1,856.34 


443.63 


23,689.79 


24,947.06 


1,257.27 


447.80 


165.89 


424.80 


510.14 


113.64 


6,675.90 


6,266.75 


(409.15) 


864.70 


338.95 


1,037.60 


1,087.53 


277.56 


13,769.51 


14,786.55 


1,017.04 


1,131.75 


451.43 


1,314.80 


1,400.95 


351.72 


17,529.62 


18,735.08 


1,205.46 


546.02 


215.60 


816.00 


742.02 


218.28 


9,647.66 


10,607.78 


960.12 


380.96 


140.85 


356.80 


441.39 


95.45 


5,438.09 


5,860.46 


422.37 


1,008.02 


376.85 


1,028.60 


1,196.09 


275.16 


15,438.24 


16,918.53 


1,480.29 


414.52 


125.28 


261.60 


413.79 


69.98 


4,966.65 


5,541.95 


575.30 


421.50 


138.09 


379.60 


480.86 


101.55 


5,767.03 


6,767.62 


1,000.59 


311.56 


110.14 


266.40 


345.23 


71.26 


4,533.84 


5,181.37 


647.53 


3,930.62 


1,566.04 


5,725.40 


5,372.49 


1,531.58 


69,364.42 


74,929.10 


5,564.68 


25,809.73 


10,918.58 


39,453.20 


36,301.33 


10,553.95 


465,029.77 


463,574.57 


(1,455.20) 


1,326.92 


560.83 


2,019.60 


1,862.28 


540.25 


27,633.53 


27,769.52 


135.99 


304.13 


107.03 


294.20 


349.74 


78.70 


4,235.36 


4,633.91 


398.55 


295.60 


90.11 


169.80 


288.02 


45.42 


3,552.26 


4,176.40 


624.14 


431.82 


133.70 


287.40 


438.05 


76.88 


5,304.00 


6,088.24 


784.24 


400.53 


155.07 


455.20 


490.96 


121.77 


6,348.86 


6,940.80 


591.94 


138.91 


40.73 


88.20 


138.20 


23.59 


1,723.96 


2,116.80 


392.84 


627.71 


246.71 


744.00 


780.68 


199.02 


9,807.07 


10,231.15 


424.08 


136.26 


38.00 


73.60 


129.25 


19.69 


1,681.42 


1,840.86 


159.44 


412.40 


120.95 


261.80 


409.15 


70.03 


4,694.04 


5,181.36 


487.32 


9,753.43 


4,039.33 


13,136.00 


13,084.91 


3,513.95 


166,894.90 


174,052.36 


7,157.46 


272.39 


126.21 


659.60 


475.22 


176.45 


6,733.19 


7,089.64 


356.45 


362.15 


103.64 


199.00 


348.79 


53.23 


4,474.03 


4,649.70 


175.67 


1,356.55 


469.09 


1,286.20 


1,556.07 


344.07 


19,728.16 


21,013.81 


1,285.65 


374.33 


117.41 


272.80 


391.05 


72.98 


4,811.56 


5,492.77 


681.21 


213.68 


70.02 


160.80 


228.41 


43.01 


2,723.44 


3,096.97 


373.53 


206.19 


57.12 


95.20 


189.88 


25.47 


2,234.18 


2,548.78 


314.60 


253.89 


79.23 


180.80 


261.74 


48.36 


3,258.43 


3,494.02 


235.59 


121.04 


47.05 


139.80 


149.54 


37.40 


1,976.79 


2,201.37 


224.58 


1,134.69 


400.68 


1,086.20 


1,300.81 


290.56 


15,913.34 


17,056.04 


1,142.70 


232.45 


79.29 


204.80 


257.77 


54.79 


3,214.01 


3,446.51 


232.50 


531.37 


151.27 


255.40 


494.39 


68.32 


6,051.09 


6,177.80 


126.71 



120 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per horsepower 

collected by 

Commission 

during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Dresden. . 
Dnmibo. . 
Dublin. . . . 
Dundas. . . 
Dunnville. 



Dutton 

East York Twp. 
Elmira .... . . . . 

Elora 

Embro 



Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 
Exeter 



Fergus 

Fonthill. . . 

Forest 

Forest Hill 
Gait 



Georgetown , 
Glencoe. . . . 
Goderich. . . 
Granton. . . 
Grimsby . . . 



Guelph . . . . 
Hagersville. 
Hamilton. . 
Harriston. . 
Harrow. . . . 



Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone. 
Ingersoll 



Jarvis. . . . 
Kingsville. 
Kitchener. 
Lambeth. . 
LaSalle. .. 



$ c. 
38.00 
35.00 
50.00 
22.50 
27.50 

33.50 
27.50 
30.00 
31.50 
40.00 

48.00 
55.00 
31.50 
23.50 
34.50 

31.50 
29.50 
40.00 
25.50 
24.00 

31.50 
50.00 
37.50 
45.00 



23.50 
28.50 
22.00 
37.50 
34.50 

45.50 
24.50 
42.50 
24.50 
25.50 

35.50 
33.50 
23.50 
37.50 
32.50 



$ c. 
35.00 
35.00 
44.00 
22.50 
25.00 

32.50 
27.50 
29.00 
31.50 
37.00 

48.00 
52.00 
31.50 
23.50 
32.00 

30.50 
29.50 
38.00 
24.50 
24.00 

30.50 
46.00 
35.00 
40.00 
26.00 

23.50 
28.50 
22.00 
37.50 
33.50 

41.00 
24.50 
40.00 
24.50 
25.50 

35.50 
32.50 
23.50 
36.00 
32.50 



$ c. 

96,927.77 

22,960.02 

13,192.82 

484,346.37 

241,665.51 

57,403.27 

1,420,771.50 

203,809.47 

105,549.19 

31,643.94 

34,085.33 

6,076.09 

132,483.28 

1,298,870.38 

149,531.18 

290,442.90 
35,257.49 

137,038.78 
1.153,646.44 
1,969,978.53 

386,292.61 
67,188.39 

395,164.20 
19,921.92 

134,046.02 

1,936,826.83 

214,196.82 

25,152,579.49 

108,212.70 

127,874.63 

59,614.90 

502,757.22 

22,913.80 

97,029.24 

591,245.67 

57,695.38 

151,481.64 

4,597,536.52 

30,922.31 

52,803.49 



398.5 

108.1 

41.1 

2,836.5 

1,298.9 



253 

7,488 
966.0 
458.6 
124.0 



103 

16.4 

571.0 

7,043.0 

633.3 



1,351.5 
174.7 
519.1 

6,692.9 
11,175.6 



1,731.0 
205.7 

1,512.7 

71.4 

680.0 

11,020.3 

956.1 

152,364.0 

413.3 

508.9 

194 

2,863.8 

86.6 

531.2 
3,107 

209.7 
609.0 
26,301.2 
128.8 
229.6 



$ c. 

2,703.79 

733.45 

278.86 

19,245.46 

8,812.94 

1,717.94 

50,810.31 

6,554.24 

3,111.57 

841.33 

702.92 

111.27 

3,874.20 

47,786.27 
4,296.90 

9,169.83 

1,185.33 

3,522.06 

45,410.86 

75,825.67 

11,744.72 
1,395.66 

10,263.57 

484.44 

4,613.75 

74,771.97 

6,487.07 

1,033,779.20 

2,804.21 

3,452.85 

1,319.67 

19,430.68 

587.58 

3,604.16 
21,083 .'49 

1,422.80 

4,132.02 

178,451.82 

873.90 

1,557.82 



$ c. 

3,414.08 

929.73 

514.07 

8,708.94 

4,698.27 

1,685.49 

28,094.96 

5,262.01 

2,641.97 

853.58 

953.32 
290.86 

2.744.77 



26,605.97 
3,642.51 


6,349.63 
863.09 

4,257.80 
21,835.01 
40.675.48 


8,457.70 

2,075.03 

10,319.85 

622.79 

3,237.22 


42,788.14 

4,090.85 

449,920.76 

3,495.60 

2,781.44 


1,368.97 

10,506.62 

719.62 

1,915.00 
12,298.88 


1,231.33 

3,164.07 

90,749.05 

750.22 

1,396.56 



$ c. 

4,380.65 

1,051.02 

596.51 

21,851.34 

10,876.72 

2,609.47 
64,265.48 
9,258.21 
4,581.06 
1,432.14 

1,552.19 

276.94 

5,996.79 

59,250.50 

6,774.02 

13,181.73 

1,593.55 

6,265.68 

52,277.51 

89,754.00 

17,549.37 
3,039.25 

17,905.44 

898.25 

6,088.62 

88,335.19 

9,708.48 

1,136,315.37 

4,923.80 

5,789.13 

2,687.88 

22,876.93 

1,035.74 

4,417.28 

26.940.48 

2,615.28 
6,864.28 
209.308.39 
1,402.21 
2,397.95 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



121 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Revenue 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 










received 
in excess 


charged 
to each 


received 
from (or 


remaining 










to be 




Provision 






of cost of 


munici- 


billed 


credited 




for 


Provision 


Provision 


power sold 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


contin- 


for 


for 


to private 


respect of 


each 


charged 


for 


gencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


com- 


power 


munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and 


tion ot 


fund 


panies 


supplied 


pality 


municipality 




obso- 
lescence 


rates 






to it in 
the year 


by the 
Commission 


Credited 
(Charged) 






Credit 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


891.99 


313.54 


797.00 


1,004.65 


213.20 


13,292.50 


14,162.18 


869.68 


198.88 


73.00 


216.20 


239.25 


57.83 


3,383.70 


3,782.05 


398.35 


140.65 


47.37 


82.20 


137.32 


21.99 


1,774.99 


1,855.48 


80.49 


3,348.82 


1,446.64 


5,673.00 


4,943.56 


1,517.55 


63,700.21 


63,822.02 


121.81 


1,940.71 


742.56 


2,597.80 


2,496.58 


694 93 


31,470.65 


33,082.11 


1,611.46 


514.28 


187.48 


506.40 


594.94 


135.46 


7,680.54 


8,276.49 


595.95 


10,460.31 


4,320.20 


14,977.40 


14,618.64 


4,006.54 


183,540.76 


205,938.77 


22.398.01 


1,729.59 


653.29 


1,932.00 


2,108.87 


516.82 


26,981.39 


28,166.55 


1,185.16 


886.95 


323.54 


917.20 


1,043.92 


245.36 


13,260.85 


14,447.14 


1,186.29 


305.08 


105.03 


248.00 


328.56 


66.34 


4,047.38 


4,649.42 


602.04 


365.17 


102.93 


207.20 


354.74 


55.43 


4,183.04 


4,971.60 


788.56 


68.01 


17.99 


32.80 


63.32 


8.77 


852.42 


857.08 


4.66 


1,156.50 


437.12 


1,142.00 


1,368.64 


305.49 


16,414.53 


17,987.21 


1,572.68 


9,902.01 


4,115.31 


14,086.00 


13,395.52 


3,768.08 


171,373.50 


165,511.26 


(5,862.24) 


1,375.64 


480.97 


1,266.60 


1,550.76 


338.82 


19,048.58 


20,525.95 


1,477.37 


2,517.86 


925.54 


2,703.00 


3,009.06 


723.07 


37,133.58 


41,440.06 


4,306.48 


298.64 


113.23 


349.40 


363.24 


93.47 


4,673.01 


5,154.14 


481.13 


1,344.50 


461.67 


1,038.20 


1,436.07 


277.72 


18,048.26 


19,906.51 


1,858.25 


7,653.53 


3,355.61 


13,385.80 


11,895.26 


3,580.78 


152,232.80 


165,295.01 


13,062.21 


14.309.34 


6,061.37 


22,351.20 


20.320.40 


5,979.07 


263,318.39 


268,214.70 


4,896.31 


3,438.37 


1,223.28 


3,462.00 


4,003.87 


926.10 


48,953.21 


53,091.70 


4,138.49 


717.80 


209.53 


411.40 


699.27 


110.05 


8,437.89 


9,609.18 


1,171.29 


3,820.72 


1,205.40 


3,025.40 


4,102.33 


809.31 


49,833.40 


53,572.55 


3,739.15 


201.04 


63.22 


142.80 


207.09 


38.20 


2,581.43 


2,910.43 


329.00 


1,114.58 


403.04 


1,360,00 


1,380.29 


363.81 


17,833.69 


17,680.66 


(153.03) 


14,042.76 


6,054.36 


22,040.60 


19,981.59 


5,895.98 


262,118.63 


258,977.22 


(3,141.41) 


1,898.55 


694.38 


1,912.20 


2,206.70 


511.52 


26,486.71 


27,247.49 


760.78 


167,860.94 


74,923.38 


304,728.00 


257,062.92 


81,516.42 


3,343,074.15 


3,352,009.23 


8,935.08 


1,039.76 


353.08 


826.60 


1,122.71 


221.12 


14,344.64 


15,497.43 


1,152.79 


1,177.73 


427.44 


1,017.80 


1,322.99 


272.27 


15,697.11 


17,131.57 


1,434.46 


627.85 


181.95 


389.00 


620.44 


104.06 


7,091.70 


8,151.37 


1,059.67 


3,635.95 


1,548.11 


5,727.60 


5,185.51 


1,532.16 


67,379.24 


70,162.24 


2,783.00 


221.66 


72.17 


173 . 20 


237.85 


46.33 


3,001.49 


3,503.26 


501.77 


762.40 


317.88 


1,062.40 


1,001.21 


284.20 


12,796.13 


13,014.60 


218.47 


4,619.10 


1,863.34 


6,214.80 


6,109.23 


1,662.49 


77,466.83 


79,238.86 


1,772.03 


577.14 


185.79 


419.40 


596.83 


112.19 


6,936.38 


7,444.64 


508.26 


1,386.20 


508.92 


1,218.00 


1,566.94 


325.82 


18,514.61 


19,912.79 


1,398.18 


32,817.69 


14,223.57 


52,602.40 


47,398.03 


14,071.43 


611,479.52 


618,078.19 


6,598.67 


287.44 


97.12 


257.60 


320.77 


68.91 


3,920.35 


4,677.10 


756.75 


458.56 


174.54 


459.20 


545.79 


122.84 


6,867.58 


7,462.82 


595.24 



122 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commissien 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Twp . . . . 
Long Branch. . . . 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. . 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. . . 
New Toronto. . . . 
Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the- 

North York fwp 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville., 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward . . . 
Port Colbome . . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. . . 
Port Dover 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1941 



$ c. 
32.50 
31.50 
23.00 
29.50 
25.50 

33.50 
33.50 
32.50 
41.50 
20.00 

30.50 
31.50 
22.50 
29.50 
58.00 

37.50 
49.50 
30.50 
25.50 
17.00 



22.50 
27.50 
30.50 
38.50 
40.50 

34.00 
24.50 
55.50 
35.50 
44.00 

33.50 
24.50 
29.50 
25.50 
32.50 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



$ c. 
32.50 
30.50 
23.00 
28.50 
25.50 

31.50 
32.00 
31.50 
38.00 
20.00 

28.50 
30.50 
22.50 
29.50 
52.00 

35.00 
45.00 
29.50 
25.50 
17.00 



22.50 
27.50 
30.50 
37.50 
38.00 

33.00 
24.50 
48.00 
34.00 
42.00 

32.00 
24.50 
28.00 
25.50 
32.50 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



$ c. 
418,536.55 
312,275.04 
6,915,216.27 
103,509.19 
207,050.69 

41,835.89 
25.432.68 
75,788.94 
24,937.23 
1,289,084.04 

262,385.14 

79,018.67 

416,548.23 

148,688.03 

16,677.70 

22,677.59 

7,955.59 

130,121.66 

2,161,380.39 

1,245,215.94 



123,051.04 

1,601,078.26 

92,740.99 

47,790.74 

27,413.91 

144,762.07 
327,540.19 

66,673.35 
276,715.37 

32,616.75 

342,503.21 
347,602.85 
157,185.20 
163,442.99 
111,592.11 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



1,688.8 

1,401.9 

39,107.6 

510.8 

1,121.3 

185.9 

112.4 

341.6 

94.3 

8,833.1 

1,327.4 
344.5 

2.424.9 

712.2 

41.0 

101.6 
28.4 

622.3 
11,264.4 
10,549.5 



836.8 
8,226.5 
422.4 
190.9 
106.3 

586.4 
1,812.6 

195.7 
1,188.0 

127.4 

1,645.5 

1,903.0 

820.9 

945.6 

456.4 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



$ c. 

11,458.39 

9,511.79 

265,342.35 

3,465.74 

7,607.94 

1,261.32 
762.63 

2,317.73 

639.82 

59,931.98 

9,006.32 

2,337.41 

16,452.78 

4.832.22 

278.18 

689.35 

192.69 

4,222.26 

76,428.17 

71,577.63 



5,677.63 

55,816.23 

2,865.95 

1,295.24 

721.24 

3,978.68 

12,298.37 

1,327.81 

8,060.50 

864.40 

11,164.60 

12,911.72 

5,569.75 

6,415.83 

3.096.64 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



$ c. 
8,154.14 
9.098.33 
134,109.48 
2,393.85 
4,315.03 

1.107.62 
567.67 

1,778.35 

644.42 

23,374.93 

6,984.80 
2,360.57 
8,912.91 
3,886.59 
535.31 

742.37 

313.70 

2,977.89 

46,732.96 

22,612.32 



2,802.75 

31,961.71 

2,155.46 

1,833.45 

854.21 

4,828.31 
6,637.75 
1,845.17 
8,742.69 
1,172.01 

12,798.54 
6,240.00 
3,429.16 
3,955.63 
2,572.11 



Interest 



$ c. 

18,989.42 

14,168.97 

315,561.81 

4,697.54 

9,418.80 

1,894.20 
1,142.89 
3,435.46 
1,124.22 
58,328.63 

11,835.06 
3,587.84 

19,005.84 

6,760.06 

748.58 

1,022.78 
357.29 

5.903.96 
98,380.89 
56,497.18 



5,557.22 
72,245. 7^ 
4,216.21 
2,165.2.^ 
1,234. 9( 

6,483.9V 
14,874. 3^ 

3,011.3' 
12,498.7- 

1,485.8: 

15.523. 7r 

15,816. 4( 

7,112.& 

7,304.7: 

5,075. 3( 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



123 



I SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 


Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 


Amount 
charged 

to each 

munici- 
pality in 
respect of 

power 
supplied 

to it in 
the year 


Amount 
received 
from (or 

billed 
against) 

each 
munici- 
pality 
by the 
Commission 


Amount 
remaining 


Provision 
for 

renewals 


Provision 
for 
contin- 
gencies 
and 
obso- 
lescence 


Provision 

for 
stabiliza- 
tion of 
rates 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


to be 
credited 

or 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

Credited 

(Charged) 




Credit 


$ c. 

3,821.03 

2.704.50 

50.168.37 

853.08 
1.586.42 


$ c. 

1.342.50 

1.019.98 

21,603.37 

331.69 

654.91 


$ c. 
3,377.60 
2,803.80 
78,215.20 
1,021.60 
2,242.60 


$ c. 
4.329.10 
3,230.94 
71.347.17 
1,070.76 
2.137.23 


$ c. 
903.53 
750.03 
20,923.00 
273.28 
599.91 


$ c. 
50,568.65 
41,788.28 
915,424.75 
13,560.98 
27.363.02 


$ c. 
54,884.95 
42.982.73 
899,475.66 
14,668.93 
28,593.80 


$ c. 
4.316.30 
1.194.45 
(15,949.09) 
1,107.95 
1,230.78 


372.94 
226.31 
644.12 
241.06 
7.677.37 


139.53 

81.12 

241.31 

82.06 

3,597.57 


371.80 
224.80 
683.20 
188.60 
17,666.20 


433.54 
261.60 
785.07 
258.79 
13,155.56 


99.46 

60.14 

182.76 

50.45 

4,725.81 


5,481.49 
3,206.88 
9,702.48 
3,128.52 
179,006.43 


5,925.02 

3,625.21 

10,816.27 

3,653.55 

176.662.60 


443.53 
418.33 

1,113.79 
525.03 

(2.343.83) 


2.131.86 

698.99 

2.963.01 

1.238.35 

190.20 


783.20 

264.15 

1,269.75 

475.54 

51.83 


2,654.80 

689.00 

4.849.80 

1,424.40 

82.00 


2,708.27 

818.10 

4 293.58 

1,537.95 

172.48 


710.17 

184.31 

1,297.35 

381.03 

21.94 


35,394.14 
10,571.75 
56,450.32 
19,774.08 
2.036.64 


38.320.34 
10,565.24 
54.560.83 
21.009.20 
2.173.97 


2,926.20 

(6.51) 

(1,889.49) 

1,235.12 

137.33 


200.60 

79.30 

1,096.60 

17.119.67 

5,106.77 


72.51 

25.62 

412 . 73 

7,016.89 

2,939.54 


203.20 

56.80 

1,244.60 

22.528.80 

21.099.00 


234.68 

82.64 

1,346.19 

22,300.64 

12.669.41 


54.36 

15.19 

332.94 

6,026.58 

5,644.10 


3.111.13 

1,092.85 

16,871.29 

284,481.44 

186,857.75 


3,601.70 

1.303.88 

18.465.75 

287,241.79 

179.341.16 


490.57 

211.03 

1,594.46 

2,760.35 

(7,516.59) 


764.12 
11,953.94 
814.14 
448.41 
266.01 


293.59 

4.892.21 

304.02 

162.48 

86.70 


1,673.60 

16,453.00 

844.80 

381.80 

212.60 


1.257.00 

16,408.71 

961.19 

495.80 

284.80 


447.70 

4,401.27 

225.99 

102.13 

56.87 


17.578.22 
205,330.31 

11,935.78 
6,680.30 
3,603.59 


18.828.01 
226,227.83 

12,882.70 
7,191.84 
4,087.13 


1,249.79 

20,897.52 

946.92 

511.54 

483.54 


1,313.67 
2.421.56 

732.08 
2,477.78 

317.75 


472.17 

1,014.32 

203.63 

924.16 

99.94 


1,172.80 
3,625.20 

391.40 
2,376.00 

254.80 


1,479.52 
3,370.69 

694.71 
2,865.91 

340.49 


313.73 
969.76 
104.70 
635.59 
68.16 


19,415.39 
43,272.51 

8,101.47 
37,310.19 

4.467.04 


19,451.88 
44.407.86 

9.677.53 
41.105.43 

5,395.51 


36.49 
1,135.35 
1,576.06 
3,795.24 

928.47 


2,815.86 
2,731.27 
1.245.82 
1,177.07 
1,043.61 


1,121.92 

1,138.81 

504.49 

478.76 

359.05 


3,291.00 
3,806.00 
1,641.80 
1,891.20 
912.80 


3,537.05 
3,586.79 
1,623.91 
1,657.67 
1,156.37 


880.36 
1,018.13 
439.19 
505.91 
244.18 


49,372.39 
45.212.92 
20,688.59 
22,374.98 
13.971.76 


53.064.97 
46.624.04 
23.213.02 
24.111.55 
14.831.91 


3,692.58 
1,411.12 
2.524.43 
1.736.57 
860.15 



124 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31. 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill. . . 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines . . . 
St. Clair Beach. . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Scarborough Twp 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Smithville 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp. . . 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streets ville 

Sutton 

Swansea 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thomdale 



JU c. 
40.00 
34.50 
24.00 
40.50 
24.50 

30.50 
33.50 
30.50 
35.50 
44.00 

20.50 
35.50 
35.50 
29.50 
30.50 

23.50 
28.50 
27.50 
30.50 
25.50 

35.00 
43.50 
17.50 
40.50 
25.50 

29.50 
34.00 
43.00 
29.00 
31.50 

32.50 
34.00 
35.50 
55.00 
50.00 



$ c. 
40.00 
32.50 
24.00 
40.50 
23.00 

29.00 
31.50 
30.50 
33.00 
42.00 

20.50 
35.50 
35.50 
28.50 
30.50 

23.50 
28.50 
26.50 
30.50 
25.50 

35.00 
40.00 
17.50 
38.00 
25.50 

29.50 
32.00 
40.00 
28.00 
30.00 

32.50 
33.00 
33.00 
49.00 
44.00 



$ c 

28,357.41 

139,512.29 

698,146.48 

34,347.01 

21,033.28 

93,334.89 

127,684.43 

249,912.82 

28,122.62 

45,513.04 

3,940,179.64 

24,716.68 

38,387.55 

61,901.16 

304,004.12 

1,424,181.28 

2,230,628.39 

850,911.82 

155,914.26 

483,256.99 

35,121.91 

19,412.87 

298,008.74 

68,042.07 

1,421,864.10 

288,286.46 

43,354.16 

73,598.82 

524,365.90 

141,581.31 

98,902.73 
50,560.11 
48,778.03 
34,611.22 

24,743.44 



103.5 
576.1 
4,038.0 
121.9 
140.2 

448.4 
563.7 
1,065.0 
116.2 
154.0 

27,225.1 

92.0 

148.0 

312.3 

1,475.7 

7,882.3 

10,614.9 

4,290.7 

709.8 

2,474.9 



155. 

67, 

2,533 

280, 
7,369 



1,416 

215 

241 
3,091 

639.0 



382.8 
206.8 
213.5 
100.2 
78.8 



$ c. 
702.24 
3,908.80 
27,397.55 
827.08 
951.25 

3,042.36 
3,824.67 
7,225.95 
788.41 
1,044.88 

184,720.42 

624.22 

1,004.17 

2,118.93 

10,012.52 

53,480.86 
72,021.36 
29,112.10 
4,815.94 
16,792.03 

1,057.77 

455.27 

17,190.30 

1,903.17 
50,000.87 

9,608.82 
1,461.47 
1,639.92 
20,975.61 
4,335.57 

2,597.27 

1,403.12 

1,448.58 

679.85 

534.65 



$ c. 

754.94 

3,250.90 

14,652.28 

1,045.17 

659.13 

1,885.16 
3,383.86 
4,795.12 
619.91 
1,573.78 

71,290.30 

614.77 

1,010.81 

1,525.25 

10,222.07 

31,435.13 
50,449.73 
16,238.49 
4,275.41 
10,077.55 

884.72 

580.02 

5,562.01 

1,534.71 

34,180.32 

6,171.17 
1,401.82 
1,693.01 
20,316.56 
3,500.75 

2,067.75 
1,495.46 
1,425.72 
1,180.30 
717.52 



$ c. 

1,290.44 

6,335.30 

31,782.11 

1,574.91 

948.84 

4.224.74 
5,787.24 
11,347.68 
1.274.54 
2,061.35 

178,334.69 

1,121.61 

1,751.23 

2,809.28 

13,817.20 

65,112.74 

101,418.72 

38,344.78 

7,099.16 

22.037.88 

1,590.30 

886.15 

13.559.87 

3,065.25 
64,501.32 

13,088.74 
1,947.78 
3.332.49 

23.719.49 
6.405.75 

4.488.63 
2,298.71 
2.207.86 
1,581.24 
1.110.95 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



125 



SYSTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Revenue 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 










received 
in excess 


charged 
to each 


received 
from (or 


remaining 










to be 




Provision 






of cost of 


munici- 


billed 


credited 




for 


Provision 


Provision 


power sold 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


contin- 


for 


for 


to private 


respect of 


each 


charged 


for 


gencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


com- 


power 


munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and 


tion of 


fund 


panies 


supplied 


pality 


municipality 




obso- 


rates 






to it in 


by the 


Credited 








lescence 






Credit 


the year 


Commission 


(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


282.53 


90.02 


207.00 


294.43 


55.37 


3,566.23 


4.140.32 


574.09 


1.303.68 


449.74 


1,152.20 


1.447.40 


308.22 


17,539.80 


18,835.58 


1,295.78 


4,965.51 


2,155.98 


8,076.00 


7.198.47 


2,160.37 


94,067.53 


96,911.06 


2,843.53 


351.12 


103.47 


243.80 


358.84 


65.22 


4,439.17 


4,936.61 


497.44 


136.19 


57.19 


280.40 


216.34 


75.01 


3,174.33 


3,260.88 


86.55 


753.43 


297.07 


896.80 


965.89 


239.90 


11.825.55 


13.125.08 


1,299.53 


1,120.79 


416.09 


1.127.40 


1,322.17 


301.59 


16,680.63 


17 985.60 


1,304.97 


2,200.20 


844.74 


2.130.00 


2,583.02 


569.79 


30,556.92 


32,483.53 


1,926.61 


263.74 


91.63 


232.40 


291.89 


62.17 


3,500.35 


3,882.09 


381.74 


470.94 


141.02 


308.00 


472.87 


82.39 


5,990.45 


6,530.32 


539.87 


23,276.91 


10.955.79 


54.450.20 


40,250.77 


14.565.73 


548.713.35 


558.113.89 


9,400.54 


236.25 


82.20 


184.00 


255.56 


49.22 


3,069.39 


3.266.01 


196.62 


373.63 


125.49 


296.00 


398.71 


79.18 


4,880.86 


5,254.00 


373.14 


499.33 


198.44 


624.60 


639.78 


167.08 


8,248.53 


8,948.96 


700.43 


2.471.49 


1.008.18 


2.951.40 


3.145.48 


789.51 


42.838.83 


45,010.03 


2,171.20 


10,567.36 


4,507.17 


15,764.60 


14,700.23 


4.217.12 


191.350.97 


185,234.24 


(6,116.73) 


18,478.73 


7,277.55 


21.229.80 


23,037.50 


5,679.09 


288,234.30 


302,524.70 


14,290.40 


6,492.24 


2,596.81 


8,581.40 


8.726.10 


2,295.57 


107,796.35 


114,500.34 


6,703.99 


1,349.28 


494.82 


1.419.60 


1.613.58 


379.75 


20,688.04 


21,648.10 


960.06 


3,840.16 


1,512.02 


4,949.80 


4.993.69 


1,324.10 


62,879.03 


63,109.39 


230.36 


321.38 


118.20 


311.80 


362.67 


83.41 


4,563.43 


5,457.39 


893.96 


203.08 


59.83 


134.20 


204.55 


35.90 


2,487.20 


2.726.07 


238.87 


1.229.74 


706.64 


5,067.20 


3.045.02 


1.355.50 


45,005.28 


44.337.27 


(668.01) 


616.05 


208.22 


561.00 


705.82 


150.07 


8.444.15 


10.780.89 


2,336.74 


10,997.02 


4.586.32 


14.738.80 


14,638.59 


3.942.71 


189.700.53 


187,920.43 


(1,780.10) 


2,384.73 


875.92 


2,832.40 


2.982.42 


757.68 


37.186.52 


41,778.71 


4,592.19 


357.59 


140.64 


430.80 


447.65 


115.24 


6,072.51 


6,971.11 


898.60 


755.47 


221.62 


483.40 


765.88 


129.31 


8,762 . 48 


9,757.80 


995.32 


3.421.11 


1.526.58 


6,183.00 


5.405.10 


1,653.99 


79,893.46 


87,139.88 


7,246.42 


1,227.92 


468.29 


1,278.00 


1,461.92 


341.87 


18,336.33 


19.326.50 


990.17 


923.90 


332.90 


765.60 


1.021.84 


204.80 


11,993.09 


12,441.01 


447.92 


475.19 


164.91 


413.60 


524.63 


110.64 


6.664.98 


6,858.70 


193.72 


430.56 


162.48 


427.00 


505.02 


114.22 


6.493.00 


7,156.68 


663.68 


383.82 


109.83 


200.40 


364.46 


53.61 


4.446.29 


4,907.53 


461.24 


263.23 


75.07 


157.60 


257.58 


42.16 


3,074.44 


3,539.71 


465.27 



126 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commissioii 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating i 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto Twp. 

Trafalgar Twp 
Area No. 1 . 

Trafalgar Twp 
Area No. 2 . 

Wallaceburg. . 

Wardsville . . . 

Waterdown. . . 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome . . . 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge . . 

Woodstock . . . . 

Wyoming 

York Twp 

Zurich 



$ c. 
21.00 
33.50 
28.50 
22.60 
27.50 



26.50 

27.50 
31.50 
57.50 
27.50 

27.50 
24.00 
45.50 
19.50 
44.00 

36.50 
23.00 
45.00 
26.00 
30.50 

24.50 
47.50 
25.50 
50.00 



$ c. 
21.00 
32.00 
28.50 
22.60 
27.50 



26.50 

27.50 
30.50 
50.00 
27.50 

27.50 
24.00 
39.00 
19.50 
38.00 

35.50 
23.00 
42.00 
26.00 
28.50 

24.50 
45.00 
25.50 
45.00 



Ontario Reformatory 

Toronto Transportation Comm 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts. . 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local distribution sys . 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



$ c 
369,875.60 
266.633.56 
271,213.60 
58,334,918.47 
539,808.79 



76,577.81 

32.608.20 

733,580.89 

10,498.57 

42,823.06 

102,269.81 
928,778.36 

96,357.74 
1,686,272.29 

29,870.48 

56,879.89 

792,864.38 

60,079.11 

9,764,537.06 

132,118.57 

1.515,103.31 
23,154.06 

3,514,459.77 
40,976.04 



2,386.8 
1,212.2 
1,320.4 



344,941. 
2,703. 



55 
102, 



731.49 
605.03 



372.3 

141.7 

3,339.6 

34.7 

226.1 

504.5 

5,253.2 

367.8 

12,086.2 

118.5 

231.6 

4,490.2 

182.5 

48,266.4 

642.5 

8,372.3 

74.2 

18,830.4 

124.7 

298.9 
582.1 



$ c 

16,194.27 

8,224.69 

8,958.82 

2,340,404.21 

18,344.42 



2,526.03 

961.42 

22,658.95 

235.44 

1,534.07 

3,423.00 
35,642.60 

2,495.50 

82,004.04 

804.01 

1,571.39 

30,465.70 

1,238.25 

327,484.18 

4,359.32 

56,805.47 

503.44 

127,762.96 

846.08 



2,028.02 
3,949.51 



$ c. 

8,496.99 

6,809.36 

6,020.15 

1,051.488.66 

13.061.30 



1,743.75 

1,026.89 

16,382.32 

408.40 

1,033.94 

2.177.77 
18,619.01 

2,794.48 

30,307.22 

855.16 

1,971.01 

14,536.99 

1,243.56 

176,987.64 

2,603.04 

30,064.74 

795.65 

62,699.93 

1,065.65 

1,173.58 
2,098.47 



$ c 
16,767. 9i 
12,080. 1< 
12,330.8; 
2,657,127.9] 
24,545. 3( 



3.499.2V 

1,491.9-' 

32,971. 7i 

468. K 

1,929.9- 

4,656. 2i 
42,272. 1^ 

4,334. 8( 
76,526.0; 

1,332.7^ 

2,583.4- 

36,232.41 

2,720. 3( 

443,423. 3( 

5,983. 3( 

69,021. 8( 

1,048.4; 

160,012. 8( 

1,847. 9i 



2,531.7: 
4.626. « 



161,977,153.05 



12,010, 

46,891, 

649 



444.50 
350.25 
152.28 



923,600.3 

55.195.0 

241,758.9 

2,317.0 



6,266,564.05 

374,494.21 
2,995,189.78 
15,720.68 



3,135,864.70 

274,225.98 

1,284,687.90 

41,705.99 



7,359,661.7: 

546,872. 7( 

2.130,088. It 

30.221. l(j 



221,528, 
3,911. 



100.08 
282.52 



225,439,382.60 



1.222,871.2 



9,651,968.72 



4.736.484.57 



10,066.843.8: 



1^3 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



127 



SJTEM 



N—COST OF POWER 



^nicipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
fm eacli Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
« plied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



c( s and fixed charges 



ovision 
for 
newals 



$ c. 
2,402.77 
2,297.06 
2,262.47 
9,131.00 
4,434.05 



644.57 

296.23 

^,198.61 

108.56 

330.18 

839.23 
6.712.28 

927.13 
9,746.06 

285.20 

534.75 
M18.10 

635.68 
6,289.61 
1.055.29 

1,276.88 
242.84 

5,537.86 
443.86 

429.30 
750.45 



: V,4,649.91 

' r 

, 3.648.38 

! 1.382.05 

' ^.947.88 



l.il.628.22 



Provision 
for 
contin- 
gencies 
and 
obso- 
lescence 



$ c. 

1,079.59 

871.78 

842.05 

169,469.58 

1,764.12 



261.22 

116.24 

2.335.80 

33.26 

132.44 

333.55 
2,869.42 

315.55 

4,556.96 

94.80 

183.16 

2,312.97 

182.95 

31,459.66 

407.22 

4,804.88 

72.21 

10,736.47 

124.90 

174.73 
311.08 



487,237.84 

38,790.01 

5,852,727.55 

3,674.49 



6,382,429.89 



Provision 

for 
stabiliza- 
tion of 
rates 



$ c. 
4,773.60 
2,424.40 
2,640.80 
689,883.00 
5,407.40 



744.60 

283.40 

6,679.20 

69.40 

452.20 

1,009.00 
10,506.40 

735.60 
24,172.40 

237.00 

463.20 

8.980.40 

365.00 

96,532.80 

1,285.00 

16,744.60 
148.40 

37,660.80 
249.40 

597.80 
1,164.20 

1,847,200.60 

110,390.00 



1.957.590.60 



Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 



$ c. 
3,785.21 
2,752.57 
2,806.34 
601,270.98 
5,580.76 



792.34 

337.30 

7,519.71 

109.16 

438.45 

1,057.56 

9,577.50 

999.61 

17,286.28 

309.97 

589.35 

8,179.38 

624.19 

100,619.49 

1,366.95 

15,639.92 
240.83 

36,278.52 
426.79 

575.95 
1,058.19 

1,667,119.56 

124,127.05 

479,224.39 

6,878.27 



2,277,349.27 



Revenue 
received 
in excess 
of cost of 
power sold 
to private 
com- 
panies 



Credit 



$ c. 

1,276.96 

648.54 

706.42 

184,547.52 

1,446.51 



199.18 

75.81 

1,786.72 

18.56 

120.97 

269.91 
2,810.52 

196.78 

6,466.25 

63.40 

123.91 

2,402.31 

97.64 

25,823.05 

343.74 

4,479.28 

39.70 

10,074.47 

66.72 

159.91 
311.43 

(494,136.31) 

(29,529.93) 

509,315.05 

14,351 . 19 



Amount 
charged 
to each 
munici- 
pality in 
respect of 

power 
supplied 

to it in 
the year 



$ c. 
52,223.39 
34,811.51 
35,155.08 
,704,227.82 
71,690.84 



10,012.60 

4,437.60 

92.959.65 

1,414.24 

5,730.24 

13,226.49 
123,388.82 

12,405.95 

238,132.78 

3,855.48 

7,772.38 

103,723.64 

6,912.35 

1,226,973.69 

16,716.38 

199,879.07 
3,012.14 

450,614.93 
4,937.91 

7,351.20 
13,647.33 

21,404,162.08 

1,543,018.46 

13,616,614.88 

120,499.66 



36,684,295.08 



Amount 
received 
from (or 

billed 
against) 

each 
munici- 
pality 
by the 
Commission 



$ c. 
50,123.71 
39,041.47 
37,631.70 
7,795,676.73 
74,350.61 



9,866.19 

3,895.39 

102,394.29 

1,787.63 

6,218.44 

13,875.08 
126,076.42 

14,771.33 

235,680.93 

4,623.47 

8,261.48 

103,274.76 

7,763.80 

1,254,925.64 

18,518.06 

205,121.13 
3,374.08 

480,174.55 
5,715.17 

8,070.97 
17,043.15 



21,802,395.60 

1,543,018.46 

13,616,614.88 

120,499.66 



37,082,528.60 



Amount 
remaining 

to be 
credited 

or 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

Credited 

(Charged) 



$ c. 

(2,099.68) 
4,229.96 
2,476.62 

91,448.91 
2,659.77 



(146.41) 

(542.21) 
9,434.64 
373.39 
488.20 

648.59 
2,687.60 
2,365.38 

(2.451.85) 
767.99 

489.10 

(448.88) 

851.45 

27,951.95 

1,801.68 

5,242.06 

361.94 

29,559.62 

777.26 

719.77 
3,395.82 



451,213.93 
(52,980.41) 



451.213.93 

(52,980.41) 



128 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 



Credit 



Charge 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Township. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Township 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Caledonia 

Campbellville 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Dorchester 

Drayton 



Jan. 1913 

Nov. 1922 

Jan. 1916 

April 1922 

Nov. 1925 

May 1923 

Dec. 1926 

Mar. 1918 

Jan. 1915 

May 1912 

Aug. 1912 

May 1937 

Dec. 1922 

Nov. 1915 

July 1924 

Feb. 1915 

Sept. 1915 

Nov. 1911 

Feb. 1914 

May 1924 

Mar. 1928 

Jan. 1918 

July 1924 

June 1915 

Nov. 1916 

Oct. 1912 

Jan. 1925 

Nov. 1924 

Feb. 1915 

Sept. 1919 

May 1924 

Mar. 1914 

May 1915 

Nov. 1926 

Dec. 1923 

Sept. 1917 

Mar. 1915 

May 1938 

Dec. 1914 

Mar. 1918 



$ c. 
2,561.38 
1,670.81 

903.40 
1,353.70 
2,659.53 

710.53 

818.25 

1.696.24 



544.33 
703.67 



634.57 

2,280.46 

637.87 

990.76 
1,129.80 
8,074.23 



264.62 
987.42 
737.56 
448.03 
65.52 

264.16 

95.12 

756.37 

6,117.34 

358.20 

624.88 
1,776.78 
551.94 
442.32 
385.31 

692.68 
406.61 
2,156.27 
537.82 
563.39 



$ c. 



641.05 



179.34 



5,970.65 
43.71 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



129 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited cr 

charged in respect of power 

suppHed in the year ended 

October 31. 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,561.38 
1,670.81 

903 40 
1,353.70 
2,659.53 

710.53 

818.25 

1,696.24 


$ c. 
2,737.17 
1,108.39 

756.97 
1,074.01 
2,383.78 

631.84 

312.32 

1,257.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,737.17 
1,108.39 

756.97 
1,074.01 
2,383.78 

631.84 
312.32 

1,257.27 


$ c. 












































641.05 


409.15 


409 15 




544.33 
703.67 


1,017.04 

1,205.46 
960.12 
422.37 

1,480.29 
575.30 

1,000.59 

647.53 

5,564 68 


1,017.04 

1,205.46 
960.12 
422.37 

1,480.29 
575.30 

1,000.59 

647.53 

5,564.68 










179.34 








634.57 

2,280.46 

637.87 

990.76 
1,129.80 
8,074.23 




































5,970.65 


1.455 20 


1,455 20 


43.71 




135.99 

398.55 
624.14 
784.24 
591.94 
392.84 

424.08 
159.44 
487.32 
7,157.46 
356.45 

175.67 
1,285.65 
681.21 
373.53 
314 60 

235.59 
224.58 
1,142.70 
232.50 
126 71 


135.99 

398.55 
624.14 
784 24 
591.94 
392.84 

424.08 
159.44 
487.32 
7,157.46 
356.45 

175.67 
1,285.65 
681.21 
373.53 
314.60 

235.59 
224.58 
1,142.70 
232.50 
126.71 






264.62 
987 42 
737.56 
448.03 
65.52 

264.16 

95.12 

756.37 

6,117.34 

358.20 

624.88 
1,776.78 
551.94 
442.32 
385.31 

692.68 
406.61 
2,156.27 
537.82 
563.39 

































































































































^— H.E. 



130 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 



Credit 



Charge 



Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East York Township 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Township. 
Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Forest Hill 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Kagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth. 

LaSalle 



April 1915 

Dec. 1914 

Oct 1917 

Jan. 1911 

June 1918 

Sept. 1915 

July 1925 

Nov. 1913 

Nov. 1914 

Jan. 1915 

July 1924 

July 1925 

Nov. 1923 

Aug. 1917 

June 1916 

Nov. 1914 

June 1926 

Mar. 1917 

Jan. 1938 

May 1911 

Sept. 1913 

Aug. 1920 

Feb. 1914 

July 1916 

Jan. 1942 

Dec. 1910 

Sept. 1913 

Feb. 1911 

July 1916 

Nov. 1923 

Jan. 1917 

Feb. 1911 

Dec. 1916 

Oct. 1924 

May 1911 

Feb. 1924 

Nov. 1923 

Jan. 1911 

April 1915 

Nov 1925 



$ c. 

2,274.53 

163.65 

357.11 



6,750.97 

641.61 

12,861.12 

2.163.64 

884.93 

716.47 

277.47 

37.90 

1,417.42 



2,897.18 

3,752.31 
385.25 

2,300.81 

14,863.55 

692.24 

5,025.82 

1,659.31 

6,537.30 

646.00 



506.62 

24,993.46 

655.29 

1,517.26 

1,664.12 

1,648.05 

570.57 

176.73 

995.19 

389.82 

1,816.57 

5,002.47 

550.86 

313.75 



c. 



1.82 



6,675.84 



3,228.51 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



131 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 



Credit 



Charge 



1.82 



6.675.84 



3,228.51 



$ c. 

2,274.53 

163.65 

357.11 



6,750.97 

641.61 

12,861.12 

2,163.64 

884.93 

716.47 

277.47 

37.90 

1,417.42 



2,897.18 

3.752.31 
385.25 

2,300.81 

14,863.55 

692.24 

5,025.82 

1,659.31 

6,537.30 

646.00 



506.62 

24,993.46 

655.29 

1,517.26 

1,664.12 

1,648.05 

570.57 

176.73 

995.19 

389.82 

1,816.57 

5,002.47 

550.86 

313.75 



$ c. 
869.68 
398.35 
80.49 
121.81 
1,611.46 

595.95 

22,398.01 

1,185.16 

1,186.29 

602.04 

788.56 

4.66 

1,572.68 



1,477.37 

4,306.48 

481.13 

1,858.25 

13,062.21 

4,896.31 

4,138.49 

1,171.29 

3,739.15 

329.00 



760.78 
8,935.08 
1,152.79 
1,434.46 

1,059.67 

2,783.00 

501.77 

218.47 

1,772.03 

508.26 

1,398.18 

6,598.67 

756.75 

595.24 



5,862.24 



153.03 
3,141.41 



$ c. 
869.68 
398.35 
80.49 
121.81 
1,611.46 

595.95 

22,398.01 

1,185.16 

1,186.29 

602.04 

788.56 

4.66 

1,572.68 



1,477.37 

4,306.48 

481.13 

1,858.25 

13,062.21 

4,896.31 

4,138.49 

1,171.29 

3.739.15 

329.00 



760.78 
8,935.08 
1,152.79 
1,434.46 

1,059.67 

2,783.00 

501.77 

218.47 

1,772.03 

508.26 

1,398.18 

6,598.67 

756.75 

595.24 



5,862.24 



153 03 
3,141.41 



132 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 



Credit 



Charge 



Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake. . 
North York Township 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colbome 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 



Nov. 1923 

June .1916 

Jan. 1911 

Jan. 1925 

Jan. 1931 

Feb. 1915 

Nov. 1915 

April 1920 

Dec. 1922 

Nov. 1920 

April 1913 

June 1916 

May 1912 

Sept. 1911 

Mar. 1918 

Mar. 1915 

Mar. 1921 

Mar. 1911 

Feb. 1914 

Dec. 1915 

Aug. 1919 

Nov. 1923 

May 1912 

Feb. 1918 

Feb. 1916 

July 1916 

Feb. 1914 

May 1920 

May 1916 

Dec. 1914 

Nov. 1916 

Mar. 1920 

Aug. 1912 

Nov. 1912 

Dec. 1921 



^ c. 
2,994.79 
3,677.72 



1,384.44 
978.47 

876.50 

414.05 

1,246.55 

643.10 



5,958.97 
858.92 



1,177.20 
361.02 

600.64 

279.72 

1,742.10 

1,229.82 



878.26 
11,088.94 
906.97 
776.35 
727.81 

1,333.80 

560.23 

2,071.98 

5,531.56 

651.23 

4,038.47 
1,057.86 
2,55i.33 
1,328.44 
652.98 



c. 



21,224.56 



2,189.92 



1,936.65 



7,377.96 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



133 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 
on account of such credits 
and charges, also adjustments 
made during the year 


Net amount credited or 
charged in respect of power 
suppHed in the year ended 
October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 
standing as a credit 
or charge on 
October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,994.79 
3,677.72 


$ c. 
4,316.30 
1,194.45 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,316.30 
1,194.45 


$ c. 








21,224.56 


15,949.09 


15,949.09 




1,384.44 
978.47 

876.50 

414.05 

1,246.55 

643.10 


1,107.95 
1,230.78 

443.53 

418.33 

1,113.79 

525.03 


1,107.95 
1,230.78 

443.53 

418.33 

1,113.79 

525.03 


































2,189.92 


2,343.83 


2,343.83 




5,958.97 
858.92 


2.926.20 


2,926.20 






6.51 
1.889.49 


6.51 


1,936.65 






1,889 49 




1,177.20 
361.02 

600.64 

279.72 

1,742.10 

1,229.82 


1,235.12 
137.33 

490.57 

211.03 

1,594.46 

2,760.35 


1,235.12 
137.33 

490.57 

211.03 

1,594.46 

2,760.35 
































7,377.96.. 


7,516.59 


7,516 59 




878.26 
11,088.94 
906.97 
776.35 
727.81 

1,333.80 

560.23 

2,071.98 

5,531.56 

651.23 

4,038.47 
1,057.86 
2,554.33 
1,328.44 
652.98 


1,249.79 

20,897.52 

946.92 

511.54 

483.54 

36.49 

1,135.35 

1,576.06 

3,795.24 

928.47 

3,692.58 
1,411.12 
2,524.43 
1,736.57 
860.15 


1,249.79 . 

20,897.52 

946.92 

511.54 

483.54 

36.49 

1,135.35 

1,576.06 

3,795.24 

928.47 

3,692.58 
1,411.12 
2,524.43 
1,736.57 
860.15 




























































































134 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 


Municipality 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 




Credit 


Charge 


Port Rowan 


Nov. 1926 
April 1912 
Jan. 1911 
Jan. 1915 
Mar. 1921 

June 1925 
Dec. 1915 
Nov. 1922 
Sept. 1913 
Feb. 1917 

April 1914 
Nov. 1922 
Sept. 1915 
Sept. 1917 
May 1911 

April 1911 
Dec. 1916 
Aug. 1918 
Nov. 1911 
Aug. 1915 

Nov. 1940 
Aug. 1917 
Nov. 1916 
Sept. 1923 
Jan. 1911 

Dec. 1914 
Dec. 1934 
Aug. 1923 
Oct. 1937 
Nov. 1916 

Nov. 1922 
Feb. 1914 
Oct. 1915 
May 1922 
Mar. 1914 


$ c. 

188.83 

2,162.37 

1,315.53 

93.64 

452.57 

1,466.94 

2,043.89 

1,171.53 

553.73 

756.55 

2,101.89 
111.61 
112.11 
945.79 

2,499.56 


$ c. 


Port Stanley 




Preston 




Princeton 




Queenston 




Richmond Hill 




Ridgetown . 




Riverside . . 




Rockwood 




Rodney 




St. Catharines 




St. Clair Beach 




St. George 




St. Jacobs 




St. Marys . . . 




St. Thomas 


7,785.12 


Samia ... 


7,260.37 

8,484.92 

527.05 


Scarborough Township 




Seaforth 


Simcoe 


459.79 


Smithville 


387.20 
527.58 


Springfield 




Stamford Township. . 


721.65 


Stouffville 


1,903.39 
4,544.70 

3,168.40 
1,108.52 
1,601.83 
9,841 . 43 
2,043.98 

273.46 
489.30 
923.59 
818.42 
882.01 


Stratford 




Strathroy 




Streetsville . . 




Sutton 




Swansea ... 




Tavistock 




Tecumseh 




Thamesford 




Thamesville 




Thedford 




Thomdale 









1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



135 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

suppHed in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

188.83 

2,162.37 

1,315.53 

93.64 

452.57 

1,466.94 

2,043.89 

1,171.53 

553.73 

756.55 

2,101.89 
111.61 
112.11 
945.79 

2.499.56 


$ c. 

574.09 
1,295.78 
2,843.53 

497.44 
86.55 

1,299.53 

1,304.97 

1,926.61 

381.74 

539.87 

9,400.54 
196.62 
373.14 
700.43 

2,171.20 


$ c. 


$ c. 

574.09 
1,295.78 
2,843.53 

497.44 
86.55 

1,299.53 

1,304.97 

1.926.61 

381.74 

539.87 

9,400.54 
196.62 
373.14 
700.43 

2.171.20 


$ c. 
















































































6,116.73 




6,136.00 


7,765 . 85 




7,260.37 

8,484.92 

527.05 


14,290.40' 
6,703.99 
960.06 
230.36 

893.96 
238.87 


14,290.40 

6,703.99 

960.06 

230.36 

893.96 
238.87 
















459.79 








387.20 
527.58 












721.65 


668.01 


668 01 




1,903.39 

4,544.70 

3,168.40 
1,108.52 
1,601.83 
9,841.43 
2,043.98 

273.46 
489.30 
923.59 
818.42 
882.01 


2,336.74 


2,336.74 






1,780.10 


1,780 10 




4,592.19 
898.60 
995.32 

7,246.42 
990.17 

447.92 
193.72 
663.68 
461.24 
465.27 


4,592.19 
898.60 
995.32 

7,246.42 
990.17 

447.92 
193.72 
663.68 
461.24 
465.27 































































136 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 




Credit 


Charge 


Thorold 


Jan. 1921 
April 1915 
Aug. 1911 
June 1911 
Aug. 1913 

Nov. 1936 
Nov. 1936 
Feb. 1915 
June 1921 
Nov. 1911 

April 1915 
Dec. 1910 
Sept. 1917 
Sept. 1917 
Nov. 1916 

Jan. 1917 
Aug. 1911 
Feb. 1924 
Oct. 1914 
Dec. 1914 

Jan. 1911 
Nov. 1916 
Jan. 1941 
Sept. 1917 

Sept. 1913 
Jan. 1927 


$ c. 


$ c. 
762.20 


Tilbury 


2,720.85 

2,459.86 

37,582.54 

4,044.26 




Tillsonburg 




Toronto 




Toronto Township 




Trafalgar Township Area No. 1 


286.72 


Trafalgar Township Area No. 2 




359.13 


Wallaceburg 


7,950.13 
593.04 
319.29 

365.57 
2,111.43 
3,737.35 
6,253.58 
1,338.49 

512.43 




Wardsville ... .... 




Waterdown ... . . 




Waterford 




Waterloo 




Watford 




Welland 




Wellesley 




West Lome . . . 




Weston 


2,522.54 


Wheatley - 


1,065.92 

15,942.07 

2,433.75 

2,212.50 

496.80 

7,302.40 

1.289.22 

572.08 
2,412.15 




Windsor 




Woodbridge 




Woodstock 




Wyoming . . . 




York Township 




Zurich 




Ontario Reformatory 




Toronto Transportation Commission .... 








Totals — Municipalities 




376,770.84 
2,225,317.30 


62,367.16 


Totals — Rural power districts 




479,657.97 








Grand totals 


2,602.088.14 


542,025.13 









1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



137 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 
on account of such credits 
and charges, also adjustments 
made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 
standing as a credit 

or charge on 
October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
762 20 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,099.68 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,099.68 




2,720.85 

2,459.86 

37.582.54 

4,044.26 


4,229.96 

2,476.62 

91,448.91 

2,659.77 


4,229.96 

2,476.62 

91,448.91 

2,659.77 






















286 72 


146.41 
542.21 


146.41 


359 13 








542.21 




7,950.13 
593.04 
319.29 

365.57 
2,111.43 
3,737.35 
6,253.58 
1,338.49 

512.43 


9,434.64 
373.39 
488.20 

648.59 
2,687.60 
2,365.38 


9,434.64 
373.39 
488.20 

648.59 
2,687.60 
2,365.38 


































2,451.85 


2,451.85 




767.99 
489.10 


767.99 
489.10 












448.88 


2.971.42 




1,065.92 

15,942.07 

2,433.75 

2,212.50 

496.80 

7,302.40 

1,289.22 

572.08 
2,412.15 


851.45 

27,951.95 

1.801.68 

5,242.06 

361.94 

29,559.62 

777.26 

719.77 
3,395.82 


851.45 

27,951.95 

1,801.68 

5,242.06 

361.94 

29,559.62 

777.26 

719.77 
3,395.82 
























































58,195.50 
91,824.45 


376,770.84 
21,849.03 


451,213.93 
294,360.33 


52,980.41 
116,849.51 


451,213.93 
2,582,541.14 


57,152.07 
589,395.57 


150,019.95 


398,619.87 


745,574.26 


169,829.92 


3,033.755.07 


646,547.64 



138 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund 



N— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other revenues 

of the system, and interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1942 



Municipality 


Period of 
years ended 
Oct.31,1942 


Amount 


Municipality 


Period of 

years ended 

Oct.31,1942 


Amount 


Acton 


25 years 
19 " 

22 " 
19 " 
19 " 

19 " 
16 " 

19 " 

23 " 
25 " 

25 " 
6 " 

20 " 
22 " 
19 " 

22 " 

22 " 

26 " 

23 " 

19 " 

15 « 

20 " 
19 " 
22 " 

21 " 

25 " 
18 " 

18 " 

22 " 

21 " 

19 " 

23 " 

22 " 

16 " 

19 " 

20 " 

22 " 
5 " 

23 " 

19 " 

22 " 

23 " 

20 " 

26 " 
20 " 


$ c. 
84,779.25 
13,657.49 
18,048.46 
18,093.53 
65,910.31 

21,105.05 
7,515.00 
52.571.97 
18,092.48 
38.076.23 

49.212.62 
6,573.30 
12,756.22 
45,436.40 
11,953.18 

20,821.09 

20,330.82 

206,593.47 

1,103,192.79 

43,070.73 

7,839.09 
13,963.90 
15,720.83 
16,532.70 

6,316.84 

27,519.48 

3,207.75 

11,895.55 

479,154.83 

20,571.83 

8,766.25 

56,045.42 

21,751.30 

5,469.44 

6,835.94 

10,094.57 
4,066.68 
7,569.51 
9,164.51 

15,158.18 

38,302.82 

7,995.57 

6,705.82 

168,502.03 

75,501.99 


Dutton 


22 years 

18 " 
24 " 

23 " 
23 " 

19 " 

18 " 

19 " 

20 " 

21 " 

23 " 
17 « 

20 " 
19 " 
26 " 

24 " 
19 " 

23 " 

21 " 
1 " 

26 " 

24 " 
26 " 
21 " 
19 " 

21 " 
26 " 

21 " 
19 " 
26 " 

19 « 
19 " 
26 " 

22 " 

17 " 

19 " 

21 " 
26 " 

18 " 
12 " 

22 " 
22 " 

19 " 
19 " 
21 " 


$ c. 
23,604.89 


Agincourt 


East York Township . 
Elmira 


343,869.61 


Ailsa Craig 


90,993.72 


Alvinston 


Elora 


43,921.07 


Amherstburg 

Ancaster Township.. . 
Arkona 


Embro 


13,330.65 


Erieau 

Erie Beach 


8,087.84 
1,987.45 


Aylmer 


Essex 


38,398.74 


Ayr 


Etobicoke Township . 
Exeter 


278,495.14 


Baden , 


50,602.26 


Beachville 


Fergus 


77,361.52 


Beamsville 


Fonthill 


8,000.06 


Belle River 


Forest 


40,695.29 


Blenheim 


ForestHill 


223,214.60 


Blyth . . . 


Gait 


658,726.88 


Bolton 


Georgetown 


125,656.86 


Both well . 


Glencoe 


24,474.92 


Brampton 


Goderich 

Granton 


147,500.83 


Brantford 


9,518.30 


Brantford Township . 
Bridgeport 


Grimsby 


1,718.00 


Guelph 


794,354.30 


Brigden 


Hagersville 


90,703.23 


Brussels 


Hamilton 


5,980,249. 19 


Burford. . 


Harriston 

Harrow 


40,441.92 


Burgessville 


31,183.94 


Caledonia . . . 


Hensall 


19,920.26 


Campbellville 


Hespeler 


141,626.22 


Cayuga 


Highgate 


11,398.79 


Chatham 


Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

LaSalle 


26,119.46 


Chippawa 


220,696.65 


Clifford 


18,208.89 


Clinton 


49,619.69 


Comber 


1,574,135.39 


Cottam 


11,666.95 


Courtright .... 


17,034.38 


Dashwood 


Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township . . . 
Long Branch 

Lucan 


107,581 . 10 


Delaware 


94,128.55 


Delhi ... 


2,918,917.07 


Dorchester 


25,645.97 


Drayton 


34,238.81 


Dresden 


21,615.94 


Drumbo 


Lynden 


15,284.41 


Dublin . . 


JVlarkham 


23,392.77 


Dundas 


Merlin 

Merritton 


13,638.46 


Dunnville 


204,454.09 









1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



139 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund 



N— SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinl^ing Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other "revenues 

of the system, and interest allowed thereon to October 31,^1942 



Municipality 



Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges .... 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 
North York Twp. . . 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill.... 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colbome 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Samia 

Scarborough Twp. . '. 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct.31,1942 



Amount 



24 years 

21 " 

25 " 

26 " 
19 " 

22 " 
19 " 
26 " 

23 " 

22 " 

19 " 

19 " 

25 " 

19 " 

21 " 

21 « 

23 " 

19 " 
21 « 
23 " 

20 " 

21 " 
25 " 

21 " 
19 " 

16 " 

25 " 

26 " 

23 " 

19 " 

18 " 

22 " 

20 " 

24 " 

20 " 

21 " 
20 " 

22 « 

20 " 
26 " 

26 " 

21 " 

19 " 
26 " 

22 " 



$ c. 

118,584.74 

49,404.28 

168,561.83 

52,915.81 

7,232 . 14 

9,096.89 

5,213.72 

57,807.69 

550,517.55 

666,703.32 

37,840.88 
201,451.92 
42,810.91 
28,667.71 
10,494.95 

51,005.98 
132,712.67 

22,620.66 
119,127.05 

10,811.60 

74,352.69 
116,972.30 
48,830.28 
43,753.36 
31,342.58 

8,198.30 

48,077.06 

303,056.86 

11,165.81 

8.196.92 



24,123. 
50,147. 
96,086. 
13,093. 
16,029. 

755,672 , 

8,059. 

16,430, 

19,505, 

153,720. 

580,769. 
738,577. 
227,373, 
70,824. 
130,325. 



Municipality 



Smithville 

Springfield — 
Stamford Twp. 
Stouffville.... 
Stratford 



Strathroy. . 
Streetsville. 
Sutton .... 
Swansea. . . 
Tavistock.. 



Tecumseh. . 
Thamesford. 
Thamesville. 
Thedford. . . 
Thorndale . . 



Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto Township. 



TrafalgarTwp.,Areal 
TrafalgarTwp.,Area2 

Wallaceburg 

WardsviWe 

Waterdown 



Waterford , 
Waterloo . . 
Watford... 
Welland. . . 
Wellesley. . 



West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor. • • • 

Woodbridge • • • 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York Township 

Zurich. 

Ontario Reformatory. 
Toronto Trans . Com. 
Sandwich, Windsor & 
Amherstburg Railway 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct.31,1942 



2 years 

20 " 

21 « 
19 " 
26 " 

23 " 

8 " 

19 " 
17 " 

21 " 

20 " 
23 " 

22 " 

19 " 

23 " 

20 " 
22 " 
26 " 
26 

24 

6 

6 
22 
19 
26 

22 
26 
20 
20 
21 

21 
26 
19 
23 
23 
26 
21 
22 
20 
8 
21 

20 



Amount 



$ c. 

956.69 

10,557.52 

115,814.68 

20,020.66 

693,747.26 

104,279.80 
3,727.75 

19,817.24 
102,546.96 

53,188.05 

30,829.47 
19,988.75 
20,441.27 
11,223.64 
9,892.02 

120,913.45 

56,662.58 

103,669.53 

22,114.474.37 

136,310.40 

7,296.63 

2,514.17 

222,134.28 

4,288.66 

25,748.06 

37,727.84 
310,009.60 

28,105.38 
360,084.55 

18,592.15 

28,712.50 
279,055.51 

16,271.96 
,559,334.68 

37,397.35 

475,839.23 

9,568.01 

855,109.68 

15,358.15 

7,300.70 

196,700.80 



Total — Municipalities $53, 

Total — Rural power districts 3, 



197,584.64 

980,925.32 
750,527.34 



Grand total $57,731,452 . 66 



140 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM N— RURAL OPERATING 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $3,626,530.90 

Qost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act.. $1,543,018.46 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 988,460.70 

Interest 552,092.13 

Provision for renewals 238,709.15 

Provision for sinking fund , 126,739.64 

3,449,020.08 



Balance $ 177,510.82 



1943 - THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



141 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Renewals, Contingencies and Obsolescence and Sinking 
Fund charged by the Commission to the Municipalities which operate 
the respective rural lines for the year ended October 31, 1942 











Provision 




Total 

interest, 

renewals, 

obsolescence, 








Provision 


for con- 


Provision 


contin- 


Operated by 


Capital 


Interest 


for 


tingencies 


for 


gencies and 




cost 




renewals 


and ob- 
solescence 


sinking 
fund 


sinking fund 
charged 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Milton 


440.82 
19,617.60 


21.86 
823.94 


8.82 
392.35 


4.41 
196.18 


7.93 
353.12 


43.02 


Welland 


1,765.59 


Totals 


20,058.42 


845.80 


401.17 


200.59 


361.05 


1,808.61 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund in respect of each line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1942. 



Operated by 


Period of years 

ended 
October 31, 1942 


Amount 


Milton 


29 years 

30 years 


$ c. 
396.29 


Welland 


18,843.30 






Total 




19,239 59 









142 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 




To 

Dec. 31, 

1941 


From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 


AUiston 


$ c. 
48.00 
63.00 
32.50 
40.00 
62.00 

50.00 
48.50 
40.50 
41.00 
35.50 

35.00 
37.00 
45.00 
48.00 
37.00 

39.00 
39.50 
42.50 
45.00 
53.00 

25.00 
32.00 
80.00 
28.00 
45.00 

56.00 
51.00 
37.00 
40.00 
31.50 

45.00 
44.00 
55.00 
44.00 
32.00 


$ c. 
46.00 
60.00 
32.50 
39.00 
60.00 

48.00 
47.00 
40.00 
40.00 
35.50 

35.00 
36.00 
45.00 
45.00 
37.00 

39.00 
39.50 
42.50 
45.00 
51.00 

25.00 
32.00 
62.00 
28.00 
42.00 

55.00 
48.00 
37.00 
39.00 
31.50 

42.00 
44.00 
55.00 
43.00 
32.00 


$ c. 

125,695.63 
62,188.04 

942,309.09 
73,234.39 
53,818.95 

73,587.76 
16,741.42 
51,536.20 
25,585.36 
149,012.72 

35,323.57 
627,726.98 
25,830.60 
42,973.28 
61,405.13 

106,798.55 
43,568.11 
22,210.77 
17,424.63 
42,164.01 

220,020.30 
330,026.91 
8,313.41 
283,137.54 
227,974.04 

11,292.77 
115,019.48 

47,555.49 
186,840.51 
929,312.99 

41,348,30 

155,400.03 

12,684.10 

225,955.25 

1,278,855.41 


364.0 
147.8 
3,951.9 
257.4 
124.0 

215.7 
49.7 

182.9 
78.0 

543.6 

120.3 

2,484.2 

80.6 

133.4 

232.0 

391.7 

166.8 

61.9 

57.5 

117.6 

1,117.7 

1,370.2 

16.5 

1,193.6 

717.8 

25.9 

318.1 

183.9 

672.5 

3,984.5 

133.5 

485.6 

42.7 

728.2 

5,085.9 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,999.48 
3,777.48 
40,772.02 
3,742.62 
2,237.13 

3,391.34 
798.14 
2,532.47 
1,026.39 
6^^329.68 

1,501.87 
26,446.97 
1,040.07 
2,012.75 
2,962.58 

5,022.80 
2,623.63 
1,094.22 
968.73 
2,151.85 

9,528.54 

14,317.60 

612.97 

12,044.66 

9,067.05 

438.12 

4,873.42 

2,327.20 

7,792.40 

40,519.53 

1,789.44 

6,712.73 

671.65 

10,626.71 

52,542.21 


$ c. 
5,323.98 
2,639.14 
40,027.32 
3,102.54 
2,283.25 

3,122.74 
705.68 
2,184.79 
1,019.34 
6,277.29 

1,525.20 
26,077.47 
1,096.56 
1,803.96 
2,605.33 

4,538.71 

1,872.24 

855.68 

739.40 

1,786.82 

9,364.28 

14,006.03 

354.77 

12,084.98 

9,613.16 , 

479.46 

4,823.94 

2,015.16 

7,904.48 

39,458.64 

1,737.67 

6,610.06 

527.89 

9,586.98 

52,722.61 


Arthur 




Barrie 




Beaverton 




Beeton 




Bradford . 




Brechin 




Cannington 

Chatsworth 






Chesley 




Col(lwa.t6r 




CoUinciivood 




Cookstown 




Creemore 




Dundalk 




Durham 




Elmvale 




Elmwood 


Flesherton 




Grand Valley..... 
Gravenhurst 






Hanover 




Holstein 




Huntsville 




K incardine 




Kirkfield 




Lucknow 




Markdale 




Meaford 




Midland 




Mildmay 

M^ount Forest 






Neustadt 




Orangeville 




Owen Sound 









1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



143 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Cost-in 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 










excess of 
revenue 


charged 
to each 


received 
from 


remaining 










to be 










from 


munici- 


(or billed 


credited 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


power 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


sold to 


respect 


each munici- 


charged 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


private 


of power 


pality by 


to each 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


com- 


supplied 


the Com- 


municipality 




solescence 


rates 




panies 


to it in 
the year 


mission 


Credited 
(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,738.92 


1,006.90 


1,092.00 


1,317.69 


43.72 


15,522.69 


16,871.21 


1,348.52 


927.92 


442.67 


443.40 


651.84 


17.75 


8,900.20 


8,954.75 


54.55 


10,429.91 


9,639.27 


11,855.70 


9,857.46 


474.69 


123,056.37 


128,437.29 


5,380.92 


914.64 


672.15 


772.20 


765.93 


30.92 


10,001.00 


10,084.02 


83.02 


812.37 


373.13 


372.00 


564.71 


14.89 


6,657.48 


7,481.29 


823.81 


1,012.51 


593.67 


647.10 


771.39 


25.91 


9.564.66 


10,428.90 


864.24 


228.63 


137.82 


149.10 


175.28 


5.97 


2,200.62 


2,345.09 


144.47 


640.70 


475.75 


548.70 


539.40 


21.97 


6,943.78 


7,330.97 


387.19 


314.54 


218.12 


234.00 


251.78 


9.37 


3,073.54 


3,135.19 


61.65 


1,793.07 


1,408.89 


1,630.80 


1,544.62 


65.30 


19,049.65 


19,296.02 


246.37 


456.59 


326.53 


360.90 


373.30 


14.45 


4.558.84 


4,211.37 


(347.47) 


7,030.27 


6,147.64 


7,452.60 


6,446.01 


298.40 


79,899.36 


89,839.85 


9,940.49 


345.01 


222.15 


241.80 


270.69 


9.68 


3,225.96 


3,627.76 


401.80 


570.44 


360.61 


400.20 


447.72 


16.02 


5,611.70 


6,071.53 


459.83 


732.34 


593.18 


696.00 


641.89 


27.87 


8,259.19 


8.582.53 


323 34 


1,298.93 


1,000.98 


1,175.10 


1,116.64 


47.05 


14,200.21 


15,274.33 


1,074.12 


526.65 


428.85 


500.40 


461.56 


20.04 


6,433.37 


6.588.60 


155.23 


272.26 


179.45 


185.70 


211.73 


7.44 


2.806.48 


2,630.07 


(176.41) 


225.62 


152 . 18 


172.50 


182.31 


6.91 


2,447.65 


2,586.95 


139.30 


591.98 


333.92 


352.80 


441.60 


14.13 


5,673.10 


6,042.05 


368.95 


2,032.39 


2,572.06 


3,353.10 


2.304.90 


134.26 


29,289.53 


27,942.92 


(1,346.61) 


3,666.68 


3,396.89 


4,110.60 


3.444.32 


164.59 


43.106.71 


43,847.71 


741.00 


131.01 


51.71 


49.50 


87.21 


1.98 


1.289.15 


1,088.89 


(200.26) 


3,133.56 


2,872.10 


3,580.80 


2.968.53 


143.37 


36,828.00 


33,421.04 


(3,406.96) 


3,012.35 


1,914.99 


2,153.40 


2,379.03 


86.22 


28.226.20 


30,503.01 


2.276.81 


170.51 


77.95 


77.70 


118.39 


3.11 


1.365.24 


1,429.84 


64.60 


1,599.11 


896.96 


954.30 


1,193.37 


38.21 


14.379.31 


15,439.13 


1,059.82 


558.13 


460.30 


551.70 


497.03 


22.09 


6,431.61 


6,804.31 


372.70 


2,299.73 


1,728.83 


2,017.50 


1,953.79 


80.78 


23,777.51 


26,352.41 


2,574.90 


10,071.62 


9,588.18 


11.953.50 


9,704.84 


478.61 


121,774.92 


125,512.88 


3,737.96 


538.66 


360.67 


400.50 


431.10 


16.04 


5,274.08 


5,685.93 


411.85 


2,070.31 


1,306.44 


1,456.80 


1,626.51 


58.33 


19,841.18 


21,364.57 


1,523.39 


162.26 


111.86 


128.10 


132.60 


5.13 


1,739.49 


2,349.88 


610.39 


2,962.98 


1,930.97 


2,184.60 


2,364.54 


87.47 


29.744.25 


31,443.00 


1.698.75 


13.948.60 


12.522.77 


15.257.70 


12,962.91 


610.89 


160.567.69 


162.748.34 


2,180.65 



144 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 
Dec. 31 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Paisley 

Penetanguishene.. 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . . 
Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton . . . . 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour . 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene. . . . 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



$ c. 
50.00 
36.50 
39.00 
37.00 
46.50 

57.00 
65.00 
80.00 
42.00 
39.00 

38.00 
54.00 
42.00 
50.00 
60.00 

70.00 
48.50 
38.00 
34.00 
38.00 

54.00 
55.00 
50.00 
54.00 



$ c. 
47.00 
35.00 
39.00 
37.00 
45.00 

57.00 
62.00 
62.00 
42.00 
39.00 

38.00 
50.00 
42.00 
47.00 
56.00 

62.00 
45.00 
38.00 
34.00 
37.00 

49.00 
50.00 
46.00 
49.00 



$ c. 

46,477.43 

248,053.95 

154,777.91 

22,905.32 

91,277.10 

3,488.61 

42,339.74 

25,168.48 

71,073.85 

162,127.85 

77,200.01 
27,320.26 
33,457.57 
51,052.79 
11,382.33 

44,656.82 
112,112.36 

21,815.85 
228,042.30 

24,652.04 

114,142.49 
13,932.24 

201,537.56 
25,743.02 



129.4 
976.8 
502.4 
82.9 
278.2 

10.0 

97.6 

35.7 

241.0 

554.2 

278.2 

76.2 

102.5 

138.0 

29.3 

93.0 
333.4 

80.4 
911.2 

93.9 

298.6 
34.8 

594.7 
72.0 



$ c 

2,007.55 

10,339.21 

6,016.44 

992.08 
4,470.39 

146.23 
1,907.05 
1,211.30 
3,548.02 
6,516.59 

3,595.93 
1,336.15 
1,400.20 
2,263.08 
534.89 

1,790.72 
4,978.06 
1,074.34 
9,951.83 
1,138.38 

4,577.11 

689.39 

7,835.71 

1,192.00 



$ c. 

1,934.54 

10,502.74 

6,487.97 

973.77 
3,868.72 

145.88 
1,766.27 
1,070.57 
3,029.76 
6,797.87 

3.257.24 
1,155.04 
1,387.16 
2,168.07 
479.55 

1,896.35 
4,735.39 
925.62 
9,627.28 
1,042.88 

4,740.95 

584.21 

8,446.57 

1,088.70 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts .... 

Totals — Companies. . 

Totals — Local distribution systems 

Non-operating capital 

Grand totals 



8,527,609.60 

2,139,326.82 
543,233.11 
257,198.32 



31,882.0 

7,349.8 

1,650.3 

480.1 



4,129.52 
79,682.77 



368,809. 10 

84,743.18 
19,311.54 
16,462.81 



358,990.65 

90,168.26 
20,996.48 
11,002.39 



11,467,367.85 
46,693.70 



11,514,061.55 



41,362.2 



83,812.29 



489,326.63 



481.157.78 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Cost-in 


Amount 


Amoimt 


Amount 










excess of 
revenue 


charged 
to each 


received 
from 


remaining 










to be 










from 


mimici- 


(or billed 


credited 




Provision 


Provision 


Provision 


power 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


for con- 


for 


for 


sold to 


respect 


each munici- 


charged 


for 


tingencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


private 


of power 


pality by 


to each 


renewals 


and ob- 


tion of 


fund 


com- 


supplied 


the Com- 


municipality 




solescence 


rates 




panies 


to it in 
the year 


mission 


Credited 
(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


640.62 


364.99 


388.20 


480.25 


15.54 


5,831.69 


6,157.25 


325.56 


2,873.71 


2,428.04 


2,930.40 


2,592.19 


117.33 


31,783.62 


34,432.49 


2,648.87 


1,977.22 


1,323.70 


1,507.20 


1,596.06 


60.35 


18,968.94 


19,592.31 


623.37 


280.96 


218.23 


248.70 


239.51 


9.96 


2,963.21 


3,068.85 


105.64 


1,231.39 


745.96 


834.60 


955.68 


33.42 


12,140.16 


12,583.65 


443.49 


48.40 


29.89 


30.00 


36.53 


1.20 


438.13 


570.00 


131.87 


628.28 


292.41 


292.80 


438.62 


11.72 


5,337.15 


6,105.83 


768.68 


427.74 


131.43 


107.10 


264.64 


4.29 


3,217.07 


2,320.57 


(896.50) 


912.08 


640.25 


723.00 


746.47 


28.95 


9,628.53 


10,122.35 


493.82 


2,017.07 


1,434.09 


1,662.60 


1.674.27 


66.57 


20,169.06 


21,612.20 


1,443.14 


941.25 


729.88 


834.60 


802.92 


33.42 


10,195.24 


10,573.06 


377.82 


383.91 


212.83 


228.60 


286.32 


9.15 


3,612.00 


3,864.70 


252.70 


433.42 


285.47 


307.50 


341.44 


12.31 


4,167.50 


4,303.60 


136.10 


730.01 


416.34 


414.00 


536.82 


16.58 


6,544.90 


6,570.13 


25.23 


165.26 


87.56 


87.90 


119.38 


3.52 


1,478.06 


1,662.61 


184.55 


695.14 


291.94 


279.00 


468.74 


11.17 


5,433.06 


5,926.04 


492.98 


1,529.80 


904.92 


1,000.20 


1,173.78 


40.05 


14,362.20 


15,223.60 


861.40 


264.51 


206.77 


241.20 


228.09 


9.66 


2,950.19 


3,056.13 


105.94 


2,597.78 


2,281.30 


2,733.60 


2,374.44 


109.45 


29,675.68 


30,979.38 


1,303.70 


292.38 


243.52 


281.70 


257.68 


11.28 


3,267.82 


3,489.15 


221.33 


1,610.68 


850.61 


895.80 


1,177.92 


35.87 


13,888.94 


14,927.60 


1,038.66 


204.91 


101.62 


104.40 


146.33 


4.18 


1,835.04 


1,756.24 


(78.80) 


2,746.43 


1,627.55 


1,784.10 


2,103.02 


71.43 


24,614.81 


27,761.95 


3,147.14 


361.33 


200.92 


216.00 


269.79 


8.65 


3,337.39 


3,615.14 


277.75 


101,215.48 


80,556.76 


95,646.00 


88,513.51 


3,829.61 


1,097.561.11 


1,146.028.46 


54,920.36 
(6.453.01) 


27,082.64 


19,281.31 


22,049.40 


22,171.68 


882.84 


270,508.83 


270,508.83 




6,342.66 


136^,890.77 




5,162 97 


(2,585.58) 


265,801 61 


265,801 61 




4,131.05 


2,366.80 




2,705.40 


(2,126.87) 


34,541.58 


34.541.58 




138,771.83 


239,095.64 


117,695.40 


118,553.56 




1,668,413.13 


1,716,880.48 


54,920.36 
















(6,453.01) 



146 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 



Credit 



Charge 



Alliston.. . 

Arthur 

Barrie .... 
Beaverton. 
Bee ton 



June 1918 

Dec. 1916 

April 1913 

Nov. 1914 

Aug. 1918 

Oct. 1918 

Jan. 1915 

Nov. 1914 

Dec. 1915 

July 1916 

Mar. 1913 

Mar. 1913 

May 1918 

Nov. 1914 

Dundalk. Dec. 1915 



Bradford. . . 
Brechin. . . . 
Cannington. 
Chatsworth. 
Chesley. . . . 



Cold water. . . 
Collingwood. 
Cookstown. . 
Creemore . . . 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton . . . 
Grand Valley. 



Gravenhurst. 
Hanover. . . . 
Holstein .... 
Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . 



Kirkfield. , 
Lucknow. 
Markdale 
Meaford . 
Midland . 



Mildmay 

Mount Forest . 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. .-. 
Owen Sound. . 



Dec. 1915 

June 1913 

April 1918 

Dec. 1915 

Dec. 1916 

Nov. 1915 

Sept. 1916 

May 1916 

Sept. 1916 

Mar. 1921 

June 1920 

Jan. 1921 

Mar. 1916 

Jan. 1924 

July 1911 

Dec. 1932 

Dec. 1915 

Dec. 1918 

July 1916 

Dec. 1915 



$ c. 
1,971.95 

710.98 
3,721.67 

742.24 
777.45 

799.66 
320.87 
445.60 
230.27 
266.66 



,101.65 
195.55 
929.05 

258.47 

148.17 
249.12 
256.65 
107.76 
543.13 

556.60 
73.51 



3,573.51 

98.34 
1,669.52 

358.34 
2,448.46 

532.88 

771.79 

282.24 

525.01 

1,774.39 



351.14 



6.33 

435.77 



1,312.95 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31. 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,971.95 

710.98 
3,721.67 

742.24 

777.45 

799.66 
320.87 
445.60 
230.27 
266.66 


$ c. 

1,348.52 

54.55 

5,380.92 

83.02 

823.81 

864.24 

144.47 

•387.19 

61.65 

246.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,348.52 

54.55 

5,380.92 

83.02 

823.81 

864.24 
144.47 
387.19 
61.65 
246.37 


$ c. 






















































351.14 


347.47 


347 . 47 




8,101.65 
195.55 
929.05 

258.47 

148.17 
249.12 
256.65 
107.76 
543.13 

556.60 
73.51 


9,940.49 
401.80 
459.83 
323.34 

1,074.12 
155.23 


9.940.49 
401.80 
459.83 
323.34 

1,074.12 
155.23 




































176.41 


176.41 




139.30 
368.95 


139.30 
368 95 












1.346.61 




1,346.61 




741.00 


741.00 




6.33 


200.26 
3,406.96 


200.26 


435.77 








3,406.96 




3,573.51 

98.34 

1,669.52 

358.34 

2,448.46 
532.88 

771.79 
282.24 
525.01 
1.774.39 
162.82 


2,276.81 

64.60 

1,059.82 

372.70 

2,574.90 

3.737.96 

411.85 
1,523.39 

610.39 
1,698.75 
2,180.65 


2.276.81 

64.60 

1.059.82 

372.70 

2,574.90 

3,737.96 

411.85 
1,523.39 

610.39 
1,698.75 
2,180.65 














, 













































1,475.77 













148 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 




Credit 


Charge 


Paisley 


Sept. 1923 
July 1911 
Mar. 1931 
Jan. 1915 
Sept. 1922 

Mar. 1920 
Jan. 1921 
July 1931 
July 1916 
Feb. 1931 

Oct. 1913 
Nov. 1914 
Feb. 1918 
Dec. 1920 
Nov. 1918 

Oct. 1918 
Sept. 1922 
July 1914 
Feb. 1931 
Dec. 1914 

May 1931 
June 1930 
Dec. 1920 
Nov. 1914 


$ c. 

894.38 
2,371.45 

167.52 

14.54 

1,042.76 

104.75 
937.86 
316.24 
301.91 
836.18 

403.97 
524.63 
86.29 
849.58 
247.02 

686.89 

2,119.02 

96.48 

1,536.19 

303.03 

2,709.05 
407.70 

4,997.98 
634.78 


$ c. 


Penetanguishene 




Port Elgin 




Port McNicoIl . . 




Port Perry '. 




Priceville 




Rinlev 




Rosseau 




Shelbume 




Southampton 




Stayner ... 




Sunderland 




Tara 




Teeswater 




Thornton 




Tottenham 




Uxbridsfe . 




Victoria Harbour 




Walkerton 




Waubaushene . . . 




Wiarton . . . . 




Windermere 




Wingham 




Woodville . . 








Totals — Municipalities 


56,031.69 
50,802.94 


2,106.19 


Totals — Rural power districts 




303,592.33 








Grand totals 


106,834.63 


305,698.52 









1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



SYSTEM 



G.B.--CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 
charged in respect of power 
suppHed in the year ended 
October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

894.38 
2,371.45 

167.52 

14.54 

1,042.76 

104.75 
937.86 
316.24 
301.91 
836.18 

403.97 
524.63 
86.29 
849.58 
247.02 

686.89 

2,119.02 

96.48 

1,536.19 

303.03 

2,709.05 
407.70 

4,997.98 
634.78 


$ c. 
325.56 
2,648.87 
623.37 
105.64 
443.49 

131.87 
768.68 


$ c. 


$ c. 
325.56 
2,648.87 
623.37 
105.64 
443.49 

131.87 
768.68 


$ c. 








































896.50 


896.50 




493.82 
1,443.14 

377.82 
252.70 
136.10 
25.23 
184.55 

492.98 
861.40 
105.94 
1,303.70 
221.33 

1,038.66 


493.82 
1,443.14 

377.82 
252.70 
136.10 
25.23 
184.55 

492.98 
861.40 
105.94 
1,303.70 
221.33 

1,038.66 










































































78.80 


78.80 




3,147.14 

277.75 


3,147.14 

277.75 
















2,269.01 
2,519.97 


56,194.51 
13,861.17. 


54,920.36 
4,252.66 


6,453.01 
73,557.99 


54,920.36 
53,007.10 


6,453.01 
386,443.02 


4,788.98 


70,055.68 


59,173.02 


80,011.00 


107,927.46 


392,896.03 



150 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Sinking Fund 



G.B.—SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon, to October 31, 1942 [I 



Municipality 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton. . . 
Beeton 

Bradford . . . . 

Brechin 

Cannington. . 
Chatsworth. . 
Chesley 

Coldwater . . . 
Collingwood . 
Cookstown. . 
Creemore. . . . 
Dundalk .... 

Durham 

Elm vale 

Elmwood. . . . 
Flesherton. . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 
Hanover. . . . 

Hoi stein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . 

Kirkfield.... 
Lucknow .... 
Markdale. . . 
Meaford. . . . 
Midland .... 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct. 31, 1942 



19 years 

21 " 
24 " 
23 " 
19 " 

19 " 

23 " 

23 « 

22 " 

21 " 

24 " 
24 " 
19 " 

23 " 

22 " 

22 « 

24 " 
19 " 
22 " 

21 " 

22 " 
21 " 
21 " 
21 " 
18 " 

18 " 

18 " 

21 " 

18 " 

24 " 



Amount 



28,164.80 
22,838.61 
185,866.79 
24,236.10 
18,279.86 

21,545.62 
8,864.21 

18,250.77 
5,382.55 

43,058.11 

17,411.19 

162,282.09 

6,444.78 

14,089.40 

15,199.96 

36,601.77 

17,626.37 

4,955.33 

7,707.46 

14,230.25 

36,105.74 
96,739.61 
3.154.05 
71,028.76 
51,120.73 

3,760.37 

23,654.95 

12,278.94 

36,473.45 

258,604.11 



Municipality 



Mildmay 

Mount Forest. 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound . . 



Paisley 

Penetanguishene 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . 
Port Perry 



Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne . . . 
Southampton , 



Stayner . . . 
Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater . 
Thornton. . 



Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour, 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 



Wiarton. . . . 
Windermere 
Wingham . . 
Woodville. . 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct. 31, 1942 



10 years 

22 « 

19 " 

21 " 

22 " 

18 " 

26 " 

12 " 

23 " 
18 « 

18 " 

18 " 
12 " 
21 " 
12 " 

24 " 
23 " 

19 " 

18 " 

19 " 

19 " 

18 " 

23 " 

12 " 

23 " 

12 " 

13 " 
18 " 
23 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

4,222.51 

39,156.42 

7,388.13 

53,251.83 

254.604.73 

13,062.84 
74,596.98 
15,222.26 
7,444.69 
21,058.26 

1,128.18 

9,336.22 

4,263.28 

22,585.25 

13,670.10 

19,821.53 
11,865.16 

9.993.83 
14,545.55 

3,941.41 

12,574.43 
22,705.39 

7,633.32 
24,362.04 

5,334.57 

17.412.66 

2,914.63 

44,210.14 

11,577.95 



Total— Municipalities $2,015,841.02 

Total— Rural power districts . 442,190.75 

Grand total $2,458,031.77 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



151 



G.B.— RURAL OPERATING 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $604,965 . 50 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act $270,508.83 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 201,531.63 

Interest 119,181.42 

Provision for renewals 53,743 . 14 

Provision for sinking fund 29,305 . 81 

674,270.83 

Balance $ 69,305.33 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Renewals, Contingencies, Obsolescence and Sinking 
Fund charged by the Commission to the Municipality which operates 
the rural line, for the year ended October 31, 1942 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Provision 

for 
renewals 


Provision 
for con- 
tingencies 
and ob- 
solescence 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Total interest, 

renewals, 

obsolescence, 

contingencies 

and sinking 

fund charged 


Brechin 


$ c. 
922.02 


$ c. 
48.22 


$ c. 
18.44 


$ c. 
9.22 


$ c. 
16.60 


$ c. 
92.48 







GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of this line, together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1942 





Period of years 

ended 
October 31, 1942 


Amount 


Brechin 


24 years 


$ c. 
608 07 







152 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIC 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to eacl 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commissior 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of powei 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Dec. 31, 

1941 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill. . . . 

Arnprior 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield 

Bowmanville. . 

Brighton 

Brockville .... 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville. . . 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Colbome 

Deseronto .... 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Iroquois , . 

Kemptville . . . 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lantaster. . . . 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown. . 

Maxville 

Millbrook . . . . 
Morrisburg. . . 

Napanee 

Newcastle . . . . 



$ c. 
52.00 
44.00 
30.00 
45.00 
50.00 

26.00 
47.00 
31.00 
32.00 
26.00 

30.00 
28.00 
33.00 
55.00 
31.00 

33.50 
46.00 
42.00 
42.00 
46.50 

27.50 
35.00 
28.00 
37.00 
40.00 

55.00 
33.00 
46.50 
38.00 
40.00 

48.00 
42.00 
32.50 
30.00 
33.50 



$ c. 
50.00 
44.00 
28.00 
45.00 
50.00 

26.00 
45.00 
31.00 
32.00 
26.00 

30.00 
28.00 
33.00 
52.00 
31.00 

33.50 
43.00 
41.00 
41.00 
45.00 

27.50 
35.00 
28.00 
35.00 
40.00 

52.00 
33.00 
45.00 
38.00 
38.00 

47.00 
40.00 
32.50 
30.00 
33.50 



$ c. 
77,659.41 
12.535.79 
167,579.72 
38,185.90 
13,935.37 

1.117,055.06 
35,044.45 

519,073.36 
74,077.32 

760,194.77 

51,895.50 

308.133.51 

58,278.46 

27.849.39 

433,476.49 

46,603.29 
47,199.46 
24,545.37 
25.976.91 
44,803.43 

37,283.30 
82,278.70 
2,168,864.91 
58.025.46 
23,512.65 

17,467.28 

798,618.06 

51,245.78 

32,115.40 

7,807.02 

32,755.39 
20,656.35 
45,941.37 
240,833.34 
45,735.13 



213.9 

45.1 

1,112.0 

117.6 
39.4 



7,010 
111 

2.662 
347 

4.551 



296 
1.752.8 

277.0 

82.9 

2,271.2 



200 

171 
90.6 
99.0 

131.4 

231.7 

358.4 

12,802.8 

318.6 

84.2 

45.7 

3,649.8 

188.3 

127.3 

34.8 

102.0 

84.3 

232.0 

1,321.4 

200.6 



$ c. 
1,324.48 

279.26 
6,885.54 

728.18 

243.97 

43,408.01 

688.55 

16.487.53 

2,148.64 

28.182.42 

1.833.46 
10,853.40 

1.715.19 

513.32 

14.063.35 

1.243.98 

1,061.31 

561.00 

613.01 

813.63 

1,434.69 

2,219.22 

79.275.36 

1,972.78 

521.37 

282.98 

22,599.68 

1,165.96 

788.25 

215.48 

631.59 

521.99 

1.436.55 

8,182.15 

1.242.12 



$ c. 
2,325.79 

453.03 
6,669.90 
1,150.48 

451.88 

38.488.05 
1.283.36 

19,472.81 
2,200.66 

27.891.35 

2,026.61 

10,443.24 

2,696.79 

1,085.78 

16,416.75 

1,492.63 
1,955.98 
1.094.11 
1.152.99 
1.514.61 

1.529.86 

2,859.66 

72,849.31 

2,139.91 

939.46 

580.14 

28,895.70 

3,113.70 

1,169.03 

370.04 

985.84 

828.88 

1.783.56 

10,175.70 

1,600.54 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Cost in 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 








excess of 
revenue 


charged 
to each 


received 
from (or 


remaining 










to be 




Provision 






from 


munici- 


billed 


credited 




for 


Provision 


Provision 


power 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


contin- 


for 


for 


sold to 


respect of 


each 


charged 


for 


gencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


private 


power 


munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and 


tion of 


fund 


com- 


supplied 


pality 


municipality 




obso- 


rates 




panies 


to it in 


by the 


Credited 




lescence 








the year 


Commission 


(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,236.49 


559.39 


641.70 


760.13 


30.42 


9,832.78 


10.781.04 


948.26 


183.94 


111.58 


135.30 


119.85 


6.41 


1,759.10 


1,983.29 


224.19 


1,713.06 


2,278.53 


3,336.00 


1.469.19 


158.13 


28,187.33 


31,507.16 


3,319.83 


589.60 


292.98 


352.80 


370.42 


16.72 


4.945.25 


5,292.02 


346.77 


202.60 


99.04 


118.20 


136.12 


5.60 


1,788.39 


1,969.18 


180.79 


8,800.75 


13,807.16 


21,030.90 


9,873.98 


996.91 


174,971.20 


182,267.05 


7,295.85 


486.11 


272.91 


333.60 


339.06 


15.81 


4.730.80 


5,040.17 


309.37 


5.227.34 


5,602.13 


7,988.10 


4,742.63 


378.65 


78,398.34 


82,543.20 


4,144.86 


811.32 


771.66 


1,041.00 


686.55 


49.35 


10,397.21 


11,104.28 


707.07 


8,465.10 


9,417.99 


13,654.20 


6.778.68 


647.24 


121,631.86 


118,337.26 


(3,294.60) 


594.21 


631.47 


888.30 


463.90 


42.11 


8,284.88 


8,882.00 


597.12 


3,567.97 


3,682.05 


5.258.40 


2.772.70 


249.26 


47,642.96 


49,077.17 


1.434.21 


756.04 


616.82 


831.00 


539.36 


39.39 


9.300.43 


9,139.65 


(160.78) 


434.25 


213.92 


248.70 


270.92 


11.79 


3.830.54 


4.350.74 


520.20 


4.282.73 


4,780.70 


6,813.60 


3.952.64 


322.98 


66,042.20 


70,406.92 


4,364.72 


544.03 


464.92 


602.70 


436.61 


28.57 


6,517.47 


6,731.55 


214.08 


642.24 


429.62 


514.20 


466.26 


24.37 


6,901.25 


7,456.52 


555.27 


356.96 


215.46 


271.80 


234.16 


12.88 


3,655.01 


3,730.50 


75.49 


328.33 


233.79 


297.00 


246.87 


14.08 


3,844.19 


4,078.82 


234.63 


642.28 


336.11 


394.20 


436.38 


18.69 


5,854.92 


5,948.38 


93.46 


402.51 


479.71 


695.10 


330.12 


32.95 


6,193.08 


6,370.84 


177.76 


1.115.04 


811.91 


1,075.20 


769.90 


50.97 


11.908.38 


12,545.16 


636.78 


18,648.77 


25,545.43 


38,408.40 


19,389.00 


1.820.64 


331,535.14 


358.479.07 


26.943.93 


545.07 


654.72 


955.80 


525.14 


45.31 


8,865.88 


11,257.09 


2.391.21 


345.61 


203.84 


252.60 


224.92 


11.97 


3,378.49 


3,366.02 


(12.47) 


281.68 


122.14 


137.10 


171.62 


6.50 


2,248.86 


2,403.54 


154.68 


7.313.80 


7,670.28 


10,949.40 


6.579.04 


519.03 


110,110.96 


120.444.96 


10,334.00 


620.86 


443.85 


564.90 


467.64 


26.78 


8,221.34 


8,525.40 


304.06 


396.42 


305.12 


381.90 


303.87 


18.10 


4.546.69 


4.835.50 


288.81 


104.61 


79.28 


104.40 


72.83 


4.95 


1,233.35 


1.334.90 


101.55 


504.09 


257.95 


306.00 


317.43 


14.51 


4,254.91 


4.812.30 


557.39 


250.29 


196.22 


252.90 


194.79 


11.99 


3,006.62 


3,402.95 


396.33 


575.34 


521.29 


696.00 


421.26 


32.99 


7,112.17 


7,539.53 


427.36 


2,264.39 


2,745.57 


3,964.20 


2,179.98 


187.91 


38,210.99 


39.641.00 


1.430.01 


496.27 


448.55 


601.80 


411.24 


28.53 


6,423.79 


6.719.28 


290.49 



154 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 2€ 



EASTERN ONTARK 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to eacl 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commissioi 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of powe 



Municipality 



To 

Dec. 31 

1941 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



From 

Jan. 1, 

1942 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correc- 
tion for 
power 
factor 



Share of operatin; 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Norwood . 
Omemee. 

Orono 

Oshawa. . 
Ottawa. . 



$ c. 
35.50 
35.00 
40.00 
30.50 



^ c. 
35.50 
35.00 
38.00 
30.50 



Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough . 

Picton 

Port Hope. . . 



Prescott 

Richmond. . . 

Russell 

Smiths Falls. 
Stirling 



20.50 
28.00 
26.00 
39.50 
31.00 

26.50 
50.00 
46. CO 
25.00 
27.00 

24.00 
45.00 
40.00 
38.00 
55.00 

30.50 

30.00 

Winchester [ 31.00 

Totals — Municipalities. . 



Trenton 

Tweed . . , . . 
Warkworth . 
Wellington. 
Westport. . . 



Whitby 

Williamsburg . 



20.50 
28.00 
26.00 
38.00 
31.00 

26.50 
47.00 
46.00 
25.00 
27.00 

24.00 
45.00 
38.00 
38.00 
52.00 

30.50 
30.00 
31.00 



Totals — Rural power districts . . . . 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local distribution sys- 
tems 



Non-operating capital. 
Grand totals 



$ c. 

28,778.73 

38,381.41 

23,405.32 

3,385,725.11 

964.70 

1,794,087.07 
282,738.09 

2,004,252.13 
281,851.53 
440,462.30 

223,874.81 
22,109.77 
21,400.07 

399,436.53 
44,553.66 

744,040.19 
66.190.86 
18,894.87 
49,675.76 
40,014.42 

280,852.30 
19,052.41 
62,070.70 



134.2 

167.2 

86.1 

17,109.3 

19,749.4 

14,518.2 
1,673.6 

12,069.2 
1,095.5 
2,336.5 

1,304.3 
68.5 
65.3 

2,623.0 
272.0 



4,806.5 

233.3 

73 

199 

93 



17,820,055.84 

2,506,635.18 
6,572,468.96 

115,073.94 



27,014,233.92 
8,846.41 



27.023,080.33 



1,451 

99 

323 



121,919.0 

13,180.9 
35,945.7 

464.8 



171,510.4 



$ c. 

830.97 
1,035.31 

533.13 
105,941.35 
217,243.58 

89,897.18 
10,362.99 
74,732.89 
6,783.37 
14,467.69 

8.076.27 

424.15 

404.34 

16,241.70 

1,684.23 

29,762.01 
1,444.60 

456.35 
1,234.69 

581.43 

8,986.50 

613.63 

2,004.36 



$ c. 
1,366.59 
1,318.20 

791.40 
120,814.73 

131.23 

74,010.25 
10,195.79 
67,643.89 
10,536.15 
19,317.53 

8,126.15 

752.81 

959.36 

14,509.67 

1,697.57 

24,723.73 

3,732.35 

908.52 

1,867.95 

1,083.45 

10,014.00 

758.88 

2,732.91 



$ ( 

1,039.2: 

1,405.2 

836.3 

119,035.6 

39.7 

59.065.2 
9,851.5 
69,817.0 
10,369.0 
15,631.3 

7,751.2 

827.6 

809.3: 

13.710.4' 

1,546.0 

25,632.9' 

2,467.9 

691.7 

1,829.4 

1,540.0: 

9,986.3 

679.1 

2,208.2 



849,881.12 648.081.24 



98,660.06 
296,040.86 

2,878.05 



1.247,460.09 



85,127.73 
198.331.23 

6.967.06 



619,847.0 

90.565.5 
228.893.5! 

4.256.6 



938.507.26 



943.562.8- 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 






Cost in 


Amount 


Amount 


Amount 










excess of 
revenue 


charged 
to each 


received 
from (or 


remaining 










to be 




Provision 






from 


munici- 


billed 


credited 




for 


Provision 


Provision 


power 


pality in 


against) 


or 


Provision 


contin- 


for 


for 


sold to 


respect of 


each 


charged 


for 


gencies 


stabiliza- 


sinking 


private 


power 


munici- 


to each 


renewals 


and 


tion of 


fund 


com- 


supplied 


pality 


municipality 




obso- 


rates 




panies 


to it in 


by the 


Credited 




lescence 








the year 


Commission 


(Charged) 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


316.37 


300.83 


402.60 


266.89 


19.08 


4,542.56 


4,763.50 


220.94 


444.65 


379.70 


501.60 


359.09 


23.78 


5,467.56 


5,853.18 


385.62 


288.51 


201.97 


258.30 


216.26 


12.24 


3,138.15 


3,305.36 


167.21 


33,695.45 


35,815.12 


51,327.90 


30,530.30 


2,433.06 


499,593.57 


521,833.39 


22,239.82 


19.30 


4.82 




10.16 




217,448.85 


217,448.85 




14.537.61 


27.836.54 


43,554.60 


14,985.20 


2,064.58 


325.951.25 


297,622.05 


(28,329.20) 


3.177.31 


3,492.93 


5,020.80 


2,526.61 


238.00 


44,866.01 


46,861.04 


1,995.03 


16,770.82 


23,974.98 


36,207.60 


17,851.88 


1.716.32 


308,715.45 


313,799.63 


5,084.18 


3.521.08 


2.478.72 


3,286.50 


2,672.76 


155.79 


39,803.43 


41.918.90 


2,115.47 


4,296.31 


4,885.88 


7,009.50 


4,008.60 


332.27 


69,949.12 


72.432.79 


2,483.67 


2.491.25 


2,728.65 


3.912.90 


1,977.00 


185.48 


35,248.97 


34.564.62 


(684.35) 


341.63 


170.36 


205.50 


214.46 


9.74 


2,946.28 


3.256.51 


310.23 


331.46 


164.57 


195.90 


207.83 


9.29 


3,082.08 


3,005.33 


(76.75) 


4,105.87 


5,348.35 


7.869.00 


3,499.81 


373.01 


65,657.90 


65,574.82 


(83.08) 


365.71 


539.81 


816.00 


395.88 


38.68 


7,083.95 


7,343.57 


259.62 


5,597.08 


9,394.43 


14,419.50 


6,539.85 


683.52 


116,753.02 


115,355.52 


(1,397.50) 


873.21 


549.20 


699.90 


634.14 


33.18 


10,434.51 


10,498.16 


63.65 


235.55 


170.27 


221.10 


179.11 


10.48 


2,873.15 


2,827.23 


(45.92) 


608.38 


456.46 


598.20 


469.37 


28.36 


7,092.82 


7.575.30 


482.48 


661.29 


269.16 


281.70 


396.07 


13.35 


4,826.48 


4.932.34 


105.86 


2,802.76 


2,994.14 


4,353.90 


2,560.54 


206.38 


41,904.61 


44.264.76 


2,360.15 


234.32 


219.70 


297.30 


173.92 


14.09 


2,990.98 


2.972.00 


(18.98) 


761.55 


705.62 


971.10 


566.08 


46.03 


9,995.86 


10.035.21 


39.35 


170,207.57 


208.386.30 


306,508.80 


158,697.00 


14.529.20 


2,976,138.32 


3,050,348.50 


108,313.81 
(34,103.63) 


28,365.11 


28,127.50 


39,542 . 70 


23,139.13 


1.874.41 


395,402.20 


395,402 . 20 




64,767.26 


231,358.07 




57,491.72 


(23.482.86) 


1,053,399.86 


1,053,399.86 




1,517.09 


975.77 




1,087.55 


7,079.25 


24,761.40 


24,761.40 




264.857.03 


468,847.64 


346,051.50 


240,415.40 




4.449,701.78 


4,523,911.96 


108,313.81 
















(34,103.63) 



156 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect ol 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 


Municipality 


Date 

commenced 
operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 




Credit 


Charge 


Alexandria 


Jan. 1921 
April 1921 
Jan. 1939 
Jan. 1929 
Nov. 1931 

April 1929 
April 1919 
Oct. 1931 
Nov. 1929 
April 1915 

July 1930 
May 1919 
April 1914 
Nov. 1925 
Jan. 1932 

Jan. 1933 
Jan. 1931 
Feb. 1928 
June 1931 
Feb. 1921 

Feb. 1940 
Dec. 1921 
Nov. 1937 
Aug. 1920 
Sept. 1921 

May 1921 
Mar. 1928 
Jan. 1930 
Jan. 1921 
May 1921 

Feb. 1921 
Dec. 1938 
June 1938 
Nov. 1929 
Jan. 1937 


$ c. 
1,005.23 


$ c. 


Apple Hill 


29.36 


Amprior 


4,189.15 
341.96 
135.96 

4,702.68 

641.17 

3,776.48 


Athens 




Bath 





Belleville 


Bloomfield 


Bowmanville 




Brighton 


52.25 
3,382.76 


Brockville 




Cardinal 


530.16 

2,108.69 

292.23 

433.83 

3.687.26 

256.92 
988.12 
397.06 
416.03 
475.94 

205.38 

398.64 

17,499.28 

1.416.34 

84.21 

286.44 
9,899.94 
657.21 
281.57 
184.80 

298.48 
611.38 
164.81 
1,236.58 
553.95 


Carleton Place 




Chesterville 




Cobden 




Cobourg 




Colborne 




Deseronto 




Finch 




Hastings . . . 




Havelock . 




Iroquois ... . . . . .... 




Kemptville 




Kingston 




Lakefield 




Lanark 




Lancaster 




Lindsay 




Madoc 




Marmora .... 




Martintown . . ... 




Maxville 




Millbrook . . . 




Mdrrisburg 




Napanee 




Newcastle 

















1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,005.23 


$ c. 
948.26 
224.19 
3,319.83 
346.77 
180.79 

7,295.85 
309.37 

4,144.86 
707.07 


$ c. 


$ c. 
948.26 
224.19 
3,319.83 
346.77 
180.79 

7,295.85 
309.37 

4,144.86 
707.07 


$ c. 


29.36 








4,189.15 
341.96 
135.96 

4,702.68 

641.17 

3,776.48 


































52.25 




3,382.76 




3,294.60 


3,294.60 




530.16 

2,108.69 

292.23 

433.83 

3,687.26 

256.92 
988.12 
397.06 
416.03 
475.94 

205.38 

398.64 

17,499.28 

1,416.34 

84.21 

286.44 
9,899.94 
657.21 
281.57 
184.80 

298.48 
611.38 
164.81 
1,236.58 
553.95 


597.12 
1.434.21 


597.12 
1,434.21 












160.78 


160 78 




520.20 
4,364.72 

214.08 
555.27 

75.49 
234.63 

93.46 

177.76 

636.78 

26,943.93 

2,391.21 


520.20 
4,364.72 

214.08 
555.2*7 

75.49 
234.63 

93.46 

177.76 

636.78 

26,943.93 

2,391.21 


































































12.47 


12 47 




154.68 
10.334.00 
304.06 
288.81 
101.55 

557.39 
396.33 
427.36 
1,430.01 
290.49 


154.68 
10,334.00 
304.06 
288.81 
101.55 

557.39 
396.33 
427.36 
1,430.01 
290.49 

































































158 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

and adjustments made during the year; also the net amount Credited 

ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 



Credit 



Charge 



Norwood . 
Omemee. 

Orono 

Oshawa. . 
Ottawa. . 



Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Hope. . . 
Prescott 



Richmond . . , 

Russell 

Smiths Falls . 

Stirling 

Trenton. . . . 



Tweed .... 
Warkworth 
Wellington . 
Westport. . 
Whitby . . . 



Williamsburg . 
Winchester. . 



Feb. 1921 

Jan. 1940 

Nov. 1938 

Feb. 1929 

Jan. 1914 

Feb. 1919 

Mar. 1913 

April 1919 

Nov. 1929 

Dec. 1913 

Aug. 1928 

Feb. 1926 

Sept. 1918 

Jan. 1930 

Sept. 1931 

Dec. 1930 

Oct. 1923 

April 1919 

Nov. 1931 

Jan. 1926 

April 1915 

Jan. 1914 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts , 

Grand totals 



$ c. 

282.55 

11.44 

478.50 

27,720.96 



2,264.01 
3,293.35 
5,145.98 
3.067.98 



552.26 
190.22 



172.58 



816.97 
438.48 
463.92 
581.52 
2,200.64 

71.96 
373.83 



106,285.03 
337,073.58 



443,358.61 



$ c. 



23,024.02 



699.64 



763.83 

1,804! 77' 



29,756.63 
216,943.17 



246,699.80 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—CREDIT OR CHARGE 



power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

suppHed in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

282.55 

11.44 

478.50 

27,720.96 


$ c. 
220.94 
385.62 
167.21 
22,239.82 


$ c. 


$ c. 
220.94 
385.62 
167.21 
22,239.82 


$ c. 




















23,024.02 


28,329.20 


28,329.20 




2,264.01 
3,293.35 
5,145.98 
3,067.98 


1,995.03 
5,084.18 
2,115.47 
2,483.67 


1,995.03 
5,084.18 
2,115.47 
2,483.67 






















699.64 


684.35 


684.35 




552.26 
190.22 


310.23 


310.23 






76.75 
83.08 


76.75 


763.83 


' 




83.08 




172.58 


259.62 


259.62 




1,804.77 


1,397.50 


1,397.50 




816.97 
438.48 
463.92 
581.52 
2,200.64 

71.96 
373.83 


63.65 


63.65 






45.92 


45.92 




482.48 

105.86 

2,360.15 


482.48 

105.86 

2,360.15 


















18.98 


18.98 




39.35 


39.35 










29,756.63 
14,453.65 


106,285.03 
11,043.71 


108,313.81 
75,106.39 


34,103.63 
49,919.79 


108,313.81 
414,547.83 


34,103.63 
265,820.88 


44,210.28 


117,328.74 


183,420.20 


84,023.42 


522,861.64 


299,924.51 



160 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



E.O.— SINKING FUND 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Sinking Fund 

Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest allowed 

thereon, to October 31, 1942 



Municipality 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill. . . . 

Amprior 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville 

Bloomfield. . . . 
Bowmanville. . 

Brighton 

Brockville .... 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville. . . 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Deseronto .... 

Finch 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Iroquois 

Kemptville . . . 

Kingston 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster. . . . 

Lindsay 

Madoc 

Marmora 

Martintown. . . 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct. 31, 1942 



18 years 

18 " 

4 " 
14 " 
11 " 

14 " 

14 " 
11 " 
13 " 

22 " 

13 " 

18 " 

23 " 

7 " 

11 " 

10 " 

12 " 

15 " 

12 " 

14 " 

3 " 

18 " 

5 " 
14 " 
18 " 

18 " 

14 " 

13 " 

14 " 
18 « 



Amount 



34,838.29 
3,864.99 
7,719.60 
7,526.78 
2,514.64 

207,564.84 

7,428.67 

75,037.32 

13,734.01 

201,212.55 

7,014.95 
91,977.57 
30,760.42 

1,914.26 
58,265.37 

5,220.30 
8,599.57 
5,233.11 
4,510.65 
14,052.04 

1,293.90 

24,053.22 

115,352.93 

15,444.07 

7,227.32 

7,059.21 
116,528.66 
9,465.10 
6,720.26 
2,434.35 



Municipality 



Maxville . . . . 
Millbrook . . . 
Morrisburg . . 
Napanee .... 
Newcastle . . . 

Norwood. . . . 

Omemee 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Hope. . . 
Prescott 

Richmond . . . 

Russell 

Smitns Falls . 

Stirling 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth. . 
Wellington. . . 
Westport. . . . 
Whitby 

Williamsburg 
Winchester. . 



Period of 
years ended 
Oct. 31, 1942 



18 years 

4 " 

5 " 

13 " 

6 " 

14 " 

3 " 

4 " 
14 " 
27 " 

18 " 
14 " 

14 " 
13 " 
23 " 

15 " 
17 " 

19 " 

13 " 

11 " 

12 « 

14 « 
14 " 
11 " 

14 " 

22 « 

23 " 



Total — Municipalities 

Total — Rural power districts. 



Amount 



$ c. 

11,083.06 

969.59 

2,238.75 

49,727.82 
2,590.79 

7,069.70 

1,357.98 

1,076.36 

636,203.02 

234,831.68 

81,054.51 
373,576.39 
62,922.52 
69,740.60 
57,014.87 

3,567.73 

6,510.50 

117,662.10 

10,365.59 

98,101.40 

11,691.26 
4,592.84 

11,818.24 
5,948.43 

60,261.15 

7,258.26 
22.627.88 



$3,046,431.97 
732,772.08 



Grand total $3,779,204.05 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 161 

E.O.— RURAL OPERATING 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $1,067,573 . 12 

Cost of power provided to be paid under Power Commission Act .... $395,402 . 20 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 333,888. 71 

Interest 180.417.66 

Provision for renewals 86,582 . 02 

Provision for sinking fund 46,095 . 93 

1,042,386.52 

Balance $25,186.60 



6— H.E. 



162 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

it by the Commission; the amount received by the Commission 

or charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim 
rates per 

horsepower 
collected 
by Com- 
mission 

during year 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system 


Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for 

power 

factor 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expense 


Interest 


Provision 

for 
renewals 




To 
Oct. 31. 1942 


Fort William . ... 


$ c. 
21.00 
2^.00 
21.00 


$ c. 

2,936,547.76 

32,834.37 

3,242,582.04 


14,861.1 

187.6 

16,456.2 


$ c. 

50,959.84 

1,598.29 

56,279.74 


$ c. 

143,593.31 

1,594.78 

158,188.79 


$ c. 
26,205.69 


Nipigon Township 

Port Arthur 


272.05 
28,881.08 






Totals — Municipalities 




6,211,964.17 

150,487.59 

10,375,667.53 

2,769,601.45 

264,092.95 


31,504.9 

631.1 
54,398.0 
11,978.7 

654.8 


108,837.87 

2,365.90 

174,599.97 

52,907.17 

16,607.15 


303,376.88 

7,341.51 

507,452.16 

135,541.69 

12,898.42 


55,358.82 


Totals — Rural power d 
Totals— Companies. . . 
Totals— Mining area- 
Totals — Mining area- 


istricts 

mines 

townsites. . . 


1,494.06 

88,226.51 

14,324.22 

783.01 


Grand totals 


19,771,813.69 


99,167.5 


355,318.06 


966,610.66 


160,186 62 







THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of 

adjustments made and interest added during the year; also the net amount 

in the year ended October 31, 1942, and the accumulated amount 



Municipality ' 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1941 




Credit 


Charge 


Fort William 


Oct. 1926 
Jan. 1925 
Dec. 1910 


$ c. 

1,367.85 

666.34 

20,120.82 


$ c. 


Nipigon Township 




Port Arthur 








Total — Municipalities 

Total — Rural power districts 


22,155.01 




10,473.47 












22,155.01 


10,473.47 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



T.B.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to 
from each Municipality, and the amount remaining to be credited 
Supplied to it in the year ended October 31, 1942 



costs and fixed charges 


Revenue 
received 
in excess 

of cost 
of power 

sold to 

private 
companies 

Credit 


Amount 
charged 
to each 
munici- 
pality in 
respect of 

power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 


Amount 
received 

from (or 
billed 

against) 
each 

munici- 
pality 
by the 
Commission 




Provision 

for 
contin- 
gencies 
and 
obso- 
lescence 


Provision 

for 
stabiliza- 
tion of 
rates 


Provision 

for 

sinking 

fund 


Amount 
remaining 

to be 

credited 

to each 

municipality 


$ c. 
28,615.14 

341.64 
31,640.73 


$ c. 
22,291.65 

281.40 
24,684.30 


$ c. 
30,920.37 

345.73 
34,142.75 


$ c. 

4,814.46 

60.78 

5,331.22 


$ c. 

297,771.54 

4,373.11 

328,486.17 


$ c. 

312,083.12 

5,251.63 

345,579.31 


$ c. 
14,311.58 

878.52 
17,093.14 


60,597.51 
1,342 25 


47,257.35 
946.65 


65,408.85 

1,580.57 

107,768.19 

19,834.10 

1,084.20 


(10,206.46) 

(204.45) 
10,410.91 


630,630.82 

14,866.49 

1,002,360.38 

415,831.04 

46,920.53 


662.914.06 

14,866.49 

1,002,360.38 

415,831.04 

46,920.53 


32.283.24 


113,902 64 




103,607.85 


89,616.01 

(585.78) 




16,133.53 












295.583.78 


137,234.23 


195.675.91 




2,110,609.26 


2,142,892.50 


32,283.24 



SYSTEM 



T.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



1 power supplied to it to October 31, 1941, the cash receipts and payments thereon, 
' Credited or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied 
standing as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1942 



Cash receipts and payments 

on account of such credits 

and charges, also adjustments 

made during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ended 

October 31, 1942 


Accumulated amount 

standing as a credit 

or charge on 

October 31, 1942 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,367.85 

666.34 

20,120.82 


$ c. 
14,311.58 

878.52 
17,093.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,311.58 

878.52 
17,093.14 


. $ c. 




















22,155.01 
459.00 


32,283.24 




32.283.24 




212.05 


2,106.38 


12,826.80 








212.05 


22,614.01 


32,283.24 


2,106.38 


32,283.24 


12,826.80 



164 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



T.B.— SINKING FUND 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other revenues 

of the system, and interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1942 



Municipality 


Period of years 
October 31, ^ 


ended 
L942 


Amount 


Fort William 


16 years 
16 " 
16 " 


$ c. 
822,705.14 


Nipigon township .... . . 


7,422.93 


Port Arthur 


2,494,278 32 






Total — Municipalities 


3.324,406.39 


Total — Rural power districts 




28,949.66 








Grand total 


3,353.356.05 











T.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Rural Power Districts 

Operating Account for Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Revenue from customers in rural power districts $47,424.49 

Cost of power as provided to be paid under Power Commission Act $14,866.49 

Cost of operation, maintenance and administration 14,994.87 

Interest 12,110.24 

Provision for renewals 4,952 03 

Pro\asion for sinking fund 2,607 24 

49,530.87 

Balance $2,106.38 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 165 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 
(Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario) 

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 
For the Year ended October 31, 1942 

Relating to Power Properties which are held and operated by the 

Commission in trust for the Province of Ontario, and which 

are situated in the following Northern Districts: 

Abitibi Sudbury Nipissing Patricia 



STATEMENTS 



Balance Sheet aS at October 31, 1942 

Operating Account for the Year ended October 31, 1942 

Schedules supporting the Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1942 
Fixed Assets — By Districts 
Renewals Reserves 

Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserves 
Sinking Fund Reserves 



166 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power 
BALANCE SHEET AS AT 

ASSETS 

Fixed Assets: 

Nipissing district $ 1,384.129.74 

Sudbury district 4,473,796. 94 

Abitibi district 29,280,196. 26 

Patricia district 4,418,482 . 61 

Rural power districts 807,266. 74 

$40,363,872.29 
Less: Grants-in-aid of construction: 

Province of Ontario — for rural power districts 395,192 . 50 

$39,968,679. 79 

Current Assets: 

Employees' working funds $ 4,495.00 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Current 

account 717,419.66 

Sundry accounts receivable 59,712 . 77 

Power accounts receivable 469,534 . 74 

Interest accrued 15,234.38 

Consumers' deposits — securities: 

Bonds at par value $737,500.00 

Stocks at market value 168,210.00 

905,710.00 

Prepayments 43,508.95 

2,215,615.50 

Inventories : 

Maintenance materials and supplies $ 117,745 . 67 

Maintenance tools and equipment 83,280.63 

201,026.30 

Deferred Assets: 

Work in progress — deferred work orders 7,205.84 

Unamortized Discount on Debentures 271,847. 79 

Reserve Funds Investments 1,609,265.31 

$44,273,640.53; 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 167 

PROPERTIES 

Commission of Ontario in Trust for the Province of Ontario 
OCTOBER 31, 1942 

LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 

Long Term Liabilities: 

Funded debt in the hands of the public $22,958,000.00 

Advances from the Province of Ontario for capital purposes. . . 5,906,960.22 

$28,864,960. 22 

Current Liabilities: 

Power accounts — credit balances $ 2,159.62 

Consumers' deposits 918,545 . 41 

Debenture interest accrued 73,197.95 

Miscellaneous accruals 11,945 . 19 



1,005,848.17 



Reserves: 



Renewals $ 3,141,543.42 

Contingencies and obsolescence 2,187,146.30 

Miscellaneous 272,112.75 



5,600,802.47 



Sinking Fund Reserves: 



Represented by: 



Funded debt retired through sinking funds $ 5,875,000.00 

Provincial advances retired through sinking funds 2,277,151 .25 

Available balance 334,037.74 

8,486.188.99 

Surplus 315.840.68 



$44,273,640.53 



Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of the Northern Ontario Properties for the year ended the 
31st October, 1942, and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly drawn up 
so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the affairs of Northern Ontario Properties 
at the 31st October, 1942, according to the best of our information and the explanations given to 
us and as shown by the books and records of the Properties. We have obtained all the information 
and explanations we have required. 

Oscar Hudson & Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

22nd April, 1943. Auditors 



168 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO 

EMBRACING THE ABITIBI, SUDBURY, 

NORTHERN RURAL 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric 

In Trust for the 



Operating Account for the 

COST OF OPERATION 

Power purchased $29,479.31 

Operating, maintenance and administrative expenses 1,159,878.20 

Interest 1,498,903.79 

Provision for renewals 338,292 .43 

Provision for contingencies and obsolescence 387,266.85 

Provision for sinking fund 1,131,092 . 19 

Total cost $4,544,912 .77 

Net income for year 611,334 . 41 

$5,156,247.18 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 169 



PROPERTIES 

NIPISSING, PATRICIA DISTRICTS AND 
POWER DISTRICTS 
Power Commission of Ontario 
Province of Ontario 



Year Ended October 31, 1942 

REVENUE 
Power sold to private companies and customers $5,156,247 . 18 



$5,156,247.18 



Surplus Account — as at October 31, 1942 

Balance at credit November 1, 1941 $97,143 . 79 

Net income for the year ended October 31, 1942 611,334 .41 

Transferred from reserves — net 7,362 . 48 

Payment to Province of Ontario $400,000.00 

Balance at credit October 31, 1942. '. 315,840.68 

$715,840.68 $715,840.68 



170 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in Trust for the Province of Ontario 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 




Fixed Assets 




Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Nipissing: 
Power Plants: 
South river: 


$ c. 

1,273.65 
4,850.81 
1,172.46 


$ c. 

14.92 
5,456.46 
1,516.57 


$ c. 

11,089.60 

12,130.05 

119,307.09 


$ c. 

239,167.90 

234,371.72 

335,149.71 

76,122.70 

386.14 


$ c. 

250,272.42 
251,958 23 


Bingham Chute 


Elliot Chute 


455,973 37 




76,122.70 
1,096 64 


Miscellaneous 


710.50 


710.50 




Intangible 


69,478.34 


69 478 34 














5,460.12 


7,698.45 


212.005.08 


885,198.17 


1,104.901.70 


Transformer Stations 


7,360.40 

5,070.43 

364.47 






29,914.97 

211,260.42 

34,336.73 


29 914 97 




1,496.27 


2,219.65 


212,756 69 




36,556 38 










18,255.42 


9.194.72 


214,224.73 


1,160,710.29 


1,384,129.74 


Sudbury: 
Power Plants: 
Wanapitei river: 
Coniston 


1,202.89 

771.85 

2.536.41 




13,597.20 

13,323.00 

33,000.00 

25.00 

830,514.53 

44,481.27 


732,251.30 
389,078.21 
654,802.22 
194,870.00 


745,848 50 


McVitties 




402,401 21 




65.49 


687,867.71 




194,895.00 








830,514.53 


Sturgeon river: 
Crystal Falls and Storage dams. . 


67,282.53 




936,473.04 


980,954.31 








67,844.20 


65.49 


934,941.00 


2,907,474.77 


3.842,481.26 


Transformer Stations 


5,015.66 
1,522.51 






172,271.92 
457,434.44 


172,271.92 


Transmission Lines 


1,609.32 




459 043 76 










61,306.03 


1,674.81 


934,941.00 


3,537,181.13 


4,473,796.94 


Abitibi: 
Power Plants: 
Abitibi river: 
Abitibi Canyon ... 


31,641.21 
50,012.00 
17,246.78 




5,530,862.63 
268,435.95 


13,933,383.81 
685,483.97 


19,464,246.44 


Frederick House dam 




953,919.92 




22,855.08 


22,855.08 












64,406.43 


22,855.08 


5,799.298.58 


14,618,867.78 


20,441.021.44 


Transformer Stations • . 


102,553.70 
6,471.30 
1,157.62 


5,685.20 
7,944.38 


215,856.69 
829.467.55 


2,055,579.70 

5,636.401.48 

88,239.82 


2,277.121.59 


Transmission Lines • . 


6,473,813.41 


Local Systems . . 


88,239.82 












45,776.19 


36,484.66 


6.844,622.82 


22,399,088.78 


29,280,196.26 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in Trust for the Province of Ontario 

Fixed Assets— October 31, 1942 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


Property 


Undei 
construc- 
tion 


In service 






Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Patricia: 
Power Plants: 
English river: 
Ear Falls 


$ c. 

1,825.54 
8,245.86 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,814.138.99 
554,807.60 


$ c. 
1,814,138.99 


Albany river: 
Rat Rapids 




39,297.44 


594,105.04 










10.071.40 




39,297.44 


2,368,946.59 


2,408,244.03 






Transformer Stations 


610.66 
3,828.03 
2,752.60 






161,890.02 

1.800,095.78 

48,252.78 


161,890 02 


Tran«TniQ«ion T inp^ 






1,800 095 78 








48,252.78 












4,101.43 




39,297.44 


4,379,185.17 


4,418,482.61 








Northern Ontario Properties — 
Rural Po\»er Districts: 

Transformer Stations 


354.55 
7,139.54 
6,839.35 






10,820.23 
401,254.01 
395,192.50 


10,820 23 


H-E.P.C. investments 






401,254.01 








395,192.50 












13,624.34 






807,266.74 


807,266.74 












SUMMARY 





Net 
capital 
expendi- 
tures in 
the year 


Fixed Assets 


Property 


Under 
construc- 
tion 


In service 




Non- 
depreciable 


Depreciable 


Total 


Nipissing district 


$ c. 
18,255.42 
61,306.03 
45,776.19 
4,101.43 
13,624.34 


$ c. 

9.194.72 

1,674.81 

36,484.66 


$ c. 

214.224.73 

934.941.00 

6.844,622.82 

39,297.44 


$ c. 

1,160,710.29 

3.537,181.13 

22.399,088.78 

4,379,185.17 

807,266.74 


$ c. 
1,384,129.74 


Sudbury district 


4,473,796.94 


Abitibi district 


29,280,196.26 


Patricia district . 


4,418,482 61 


Rural power districts 


807.266.74 


L«8 Grants in aid of construction: 
Province of Ontario for rural power 
districts 








134,860.55 
6.839.35 


47,354.19 


8,033,085.99 


32,283,432.11 
395.192.50 


40,363,872.29 
395,192.50 










128.021.20 


47,354.19 


8,033,085.99 


31,888,239.61 


39.968,679.79 



172 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

NORTHERN ONTARIO PROPERTIES 

Embracing the Abitibi, Sudbury, Nipissing, Patricia and Rural Power Districts 

Held and Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in trust for the Province of Ontario 



Renewals Reserve — October 31, 1942 

Balance at November 1, 1941 $2,702,399.91 

Provision in the year $338,292 .43 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 108,096.00 

Adjustments in the year 2,240 . 69 

448,629 . 12 

$3,151,029.03 
Expenditures in the year 9,485 . 61 

Balance at October 31, 1942 $3,141,543.42 



Contingencies and Obsolescence Reserve — October 31, 1942 

Balance at November 1, 1941 $1,839,664 .08 

Provision in the year $387,266.85 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 73,586. 57 

Adjustment in the year 814 .22 

461,667.64 

$2,301,331.72 
Contingencies met with during the year 114,185 . 42 

Balance at October 31, 1942 $2,187,146.30 



Sinking Fund Reserve— October 31, 1942 

Balance at November 1, 1941 $7,072,208.46 

Provision in the year $1,131,092 . 19 

Interest at 4% on reserve balance 282,888 .34 

1,413,980.53 

Balance at October 31, 1942 $8,486,188.99 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 173 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario- 
Niagara System) 



FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS 



For the Year ended October 31, 1942 



Balance Sheet as at October 31, 1942 
Operating and Income Accounts for the Year ended October 31, 1942 



174 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

THE HAMILTON STREET 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 

ASSETS 
Fixed Assets: 

Properties, road and equipment, buses, franchise, etc $ 4,406,850.35 

Current Assets: 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Current 

account $ 115,587.86 

Conductors' and employees' advances 18,600.00 

Accounts receivable 2,564 . 52 

Interest accrued 225.00 

Prepayments 5,977.52 

142,954.90 

Materials and Supplies 54,358 . 42 

Insurance Reserve Funds — Investments 104,637.62 

$ 4,708,801.29 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 175 

RAILWAY COMPANY 

Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 

OCTOBER 31, 1942 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Stock: 

Authorized— 80,000 shares at a par value of $50.00 each $ 4,000,000.00 

Issued —64,100 shares at a par value of $50.00 each $ 3,205,000 . 00 

Current Liabilities: 

Rentals accrued 1,252 .00 

Reserves: 

Depreciation — road and equipment $ 1,318,234.27 

Insurance 107,136.42 

Miscellaneous 63,810.25 

1,489.180.94 

Surplus 13,368.35 

$4,708,801.29 



Auditors' Certificate 

We have examined the Accounts of The Hamilton Street Railway Company for the year 
ended the 31st October, 1942. and report that, in our opinion, the above Balance Sheet is properly 
drawn up so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company's affairs at the 31st 
October, 1942, according to the best of our information and the explanations given to us and as 
shown by the books of the Company. We have obtained all the information and explanations 
we have required. 

Oscar Hudson & Co., 
Dated at Toronto, Ontario, Chartered Accountants, 

22nd April, 1943. Auditors. 



176 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



THE HAMILTON STREET RAILWAY COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — Niagara System) 
Operating Statement for the Year Ended October 31, 1942 

Revenues: 

Transportation $1,883,415. 73 

Other operations 14,918.82 

$1,898,334.55 

Expenses: 

Maintenance of way and structures 57,720.29 

Maintenance of equipment 146,474 . 17 

Electric power and motor fuel 177,571 . 60 

Transportation expenses 405,446 . 38 

General and miscellaneous expenses 134,766.62 

Taxes (municipal and franchise) 98,526.06 

Depreciation provision ^ 235,462 .26 

Amortization instalment on Commission's investment 150,000.00 

Interest on Commission's investment 123,737.66 

$1,529,705.04 
Net Revenue for Year $ 368,629.51 

Surplus Account — as at October 31, 1942 

Balance at credit October 31, 1941 $ 24,326.45 

Net revenue for year ended October 31, 1942 368,629.51 

Adjustment of depreciation reserves $ 401,373 . 10 

Less — Distribution to Commission's amortization reserve 250,000.00 

151,373.10 

Distribution: — Interest on capital met by the Commission — 1933- 

1936, with improvement $ 530,960. 71 

Balance at credit, October 31, 1942 13,368.35 

$ 544,329.06 $ 544,329.06 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 177 



SECTION X 

MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 

and 

Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 

The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, 
and individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities 
in municipalities owning their own distributing systems and operating with 
energy supplied by or through The Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these ''Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, 
and its financial status at the present time. Other tables give useful statis- 
tical information respecting average costs for the various classes of service 
and the rates in force. 

The books of account of the electrical utilities in all municipalities which 
have contracted with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
a supply of power are kept in accordance with an accounting system designed 
by the Commission. During the year 1942 this standard method of account- 
ing was installed in Grimsby. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all ''Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office 
routine with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. 
In the majority of the smaller municipalities much of the book-keeping for the 
electrical utilities is performed by representatives of the municipal accounting 
department of the Commission as a measure of economy. This arrangement 
insures the correct application of the standard accounting system, with re- 
sultant uniformity in classification of revenues and expenditures ; secures true 
reflections of the actual operating results for the year, and greatly enhances 
the comparative values of the reports. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1913, and thus shows the march of progress. It 
combines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. 
It is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 



178 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

in 1913 to $102,086,459.14 in 1942, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 
to $185,546,238.94. The habihties have not increased in the same proportion 
as the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to a maximum of $52,685,316.86 in 
1932, and receding to $21,496,462.59 in 1942. The reasons for this are the 
regular fulfilment of debt retirement schedules under serial debenture pro- 
visions or by maturity of sinking funds, and also the fact that much of the 
cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of reserves and surplus 
without increasing the capital liabilities of the respective utilities. By this 
procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination 
of the results will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of 
net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 11.9 per cent 
in 1942. The equities in The Hydro-Electric Power Commission's systems 
automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of the 
cost of power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports 
for each year since "Hydro" service was inaugurated and combines the results 
from the local municipal utilities of all the systems. After providing for every 
cost of operation and fixed charges, including the standard provision for depre- 
ciation, the combined operating reports show a net surplus of $2,863,411.47 for 
1942. (See also diagram.s in Foreword to Report.) 

The five statements, "A" to '*E", following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal utility and the results of opera- 
tions, giving classified information respecting revenue, operating costs, num- 
ber of consumers and consumption, cost of power to municipalities, power 
and fighting rates charged to consumers, etc. In statements "A" and "B", 
the municipalities are arranged alphabetically under each system; in state- 
ment '*D" the municipalities are arranged in three groups — cities, towns and 
small municipalities; in statements **C" and ''E" all municipalities are 
arranged alphabetically. (Statement **C" suspended, see below.) 

Statement **A" presents the balance sheet of each electrical utility. 
The plant values are shown under the general subdivisions specified in the 
standard accounting system and the other items on the positive side of the 
ledger which are included in total assets are self-explanatory. 

In conformity with a policy of service at cost to the customer, refunds 
by cash or credit are made during the year in many municipalities from 
surplus funds accrued to the credit of municipal services, such as street 
lighting, water works, sewage disposal, etc. The total thus returned to 
customers during the year 1942 amounted in round figures to $396,000.00. 

In each case the balance sheet includes the credit or charge representing 
the difference between the monthly payments for power at interim rates and 
the cost of power as ascertained by the Commission upon annual adjustment.* 

*In 1939 and 1940 a number of municipalities asked permission to take power cost adjust- 
ments into tiie following year, to facilitate the earlier closing of their books. This led to a lack 
of uniformity in operating statements, and in 1941 it was decided to put all municipalities' 
accounts on the same basis. On this account, from 1941 on, the Balance Sheet shows the previous 
year's equity in Hydro Commission properties; and the Cost of Power in the Operating Statement 
from 1941 on, includes the previous year's adjustments. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 179 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission's systems, are Hsted individually and totalled; 
and under the heading * 'surplus" are included not only the free operating 
surplus but the accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt 
and also the amount of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The depreciation reserve now amounts to 31.3 per cent of the total depre- 
ciable plant, while the depreciation reserve and surplus combined have already 
reached the sum of $102,081,781.63, virtually 100 per cent of the total plant 
cost. 

Statement *'B'' shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of con- 
sumers; the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure 
and the sums set aside for depreciation. The population served by each local 
utility and the number of consumers of each class are also shown. 

The item ''purchased power" in this statement includes the debit or credit 
balances ascertained by the annual adjustment of the cost of power supplied 
to the municipalities by the Commission. * 

Of the 297 municipal electrical utilities included in this statement, 273 
received from consumers revenue sufficient to meet in full all operating ex- 
penses, interest, debt retirement instalments, and standard depreciation re- 
serve allocation and to yield an aggregate net surplus of $2,900,912.99 for the 
year ; 19 were able to defray out of revenue all such charges except a portion 
of the standard depreciation allocation aggregating $17,564.07, in the case of 
5 utilities the revenue was less than the total operating expenses, interest and 
debt requirement instalments by $19,937.45. 

Statement **C'\ Due to street lighting restrictions by the Power 
Controller in 1942, this statement has been omitted as it could not be used 
for comparative purposes. 

Statement **D'' presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per 
kilowatt-hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each muni- 
cipality. For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of 
consumers and the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility, f 
For further reference to this informative statement, consult the special intro- 
duction to it on page 300. 

Statement **E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1942, 
for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*See footnote on previous page. 

fThe statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



180 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866.551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341.277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062.035.90 

420.108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838 18 


Substation eauioment 


1 582 062 56 


Distribution system— overhead . . 

Distribution system— underground 

Line transformers 


4,234,626.05 
928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment— regular 

Street lighting equipment— ornamental . 

Miscellaneous construction expenses 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,309.628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701.182.66 
461,651 60 


Old plant 


1,184,372.86 






Total olant 


10,081,469.16 
450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873.347 77 


Bank and cash balance . ... 


284,653 96 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


868.983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,801.11 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 


Accounts payable . ... 


2,040,038.01 


Bank overdraft 


292.106.44 


Other liabilities 


37,388.31 






Total liabilities . 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems .... 








For depreciation 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1.337,739.73 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


478.145.88 


850.618.07 


1,337,739.73 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320.129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466.22 


Local sinking fund 

Operating surplus 


868,983.78 
880,730. 55 






Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2.144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


11,907.826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17.683,264.07 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . . 


88.0 


88.3 


80.3 



Note — In computing the "percentage of net debt to total assets" the ornamental street 
lighting capita), sinking fund on local debentures, and equity in H-E.P.C. systems, are excluded 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


1921 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


215 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1.934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1.179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,090,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896.753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c. 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,488.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476.413.00 


$ c. 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,113.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,530,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175.568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8.579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557.678.13 

2.697.636.12 

757,194.47 

864.298.39 


$ c. 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


17,330,015.07 
1.061.029.90 


20.077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1.921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369.071.89 

86,216.05 


27.059,400.70 

943,858.12 

341.855.88 

2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244.004.34 

577,584.06 

25,447.07 


31.656.854 60 

900.842.34 
477.678.69 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285.097.33 
1.261.398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,155,788.62 

1,504,596.28 

2.541.718.35 

795,570.51 


342,215.87 


125.240.05 


444.787.63 


78,929.84 


21.358.935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722.860.19 


34,615,360.94 


40,111,979 23 


15,058.641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537.669.11 

886,177.94 

429.104.20 


17.209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350.013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 


16,698.117.48 


18.446.724.86 


19.143.775.19 


20,627.896.57 


22.265,175.22 


25.434,257.74 








373.871.89 
3.750,162.28 


577,584.06 
4,788,645.03 


800.249.05 


1,843,804.68 


2.463,723.83 


3.133,550.17 


5.491,858.93 














1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


6,292.107.98 


549,778.59 
1.165.785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340.615.38 
1.481.414.68 


920,076.56 
1.662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,156.52 
2.246.474.47 
3.297,325.64 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,718.35 
3.983.815.63 


2,817,013.23 


3.516,827.96 


4,671.922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983.956.63 


8,385,613.51 


21,358.935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26.949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34.615.360.94 


40.111,979.23 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 


64.7 



from assets and the total liabilities are reduced by the amount of the local sinking fund reserve, 
and the liability in respect to the ornamental street lighting capital, which amount is included 
m other liabilities. 



182 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1922 


1923 


1924 






Number of municipalities included 


226 


235 


248 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
3,334,522.68 
5,046.857.98 
11,165.330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 
6,015,919.75 
13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 
4.548,933.73 
1.061,473.85 

708.431.22 
3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 
8,051,496.28 


$ c. 
4,561,648 92 


Substation equipment 


6,800,238 00 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


14,182.190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4 456,669 02 


Meters 


5,149,629.71 


Street lighting equipment— regular 

Street lighting equipment— ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses .... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,134,491.77 

728,298.08 

4.168.262.21 

4.196.803.45 


Old plant 


5,587,420.31 






Total plant 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428.562.56 

1,276,140.06 
1.153,424.47 
3,198,769.34 
1,819.711.62 
3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 


53,839.097 93 


Bank and cash balance 


1,748,912.34 


Securities and investments 


1,329,622.58 


Accounts receivable 


3,898,751 89 


Inventories ... .... 


1,745,628.16 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E P C systems . . 


4,520,723.06 
5 420,567 58 


Other assets 


250,292 . 77 






Total assets 


55,126.834,09 


62,892,544.90 


72,753,596.31 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


30,454.186.12 

3,699,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 

3.708,781.76 

680,714.59 

1,517,828.47 


38,005,162.50 


Accounts payable 


3,117.224.08 


Bank overdraft 


162.100.71 


Other liabilities 


1.780.564.27 






Total liabilities 


35,196.388.35 


38,963,826.11 


43.065.051.56 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


8,056,248.04 


10,258,462.63 


13,518,402.26 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2.852,038.38 
3,896.261.28 
6,921.956.50 


3,530,610.35 


Local sinking fund 


4,520,723.06 


Operating surplus 


8,118.809.08 






Total surplus . 


11,874,197.70 


13.670.256.16 


16170 142.49 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


55,126,834.09 


62.892,544.90 


72.753,596.31 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


63.3 


62.6 


61.4 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


1930 


247 


251 


252 


256 


260 


267 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


5,768,855.99 


6,111,162.54 


6,486,426.89 


7,024,646.76 


7,469,451.46 


7,936,974.31 


8,543,166.55 


9,505,501.77 


15,088,905.14 


16,866,186.21 


18,102,792.13 


19,485,056.28 


16,837,535.57 


18,654,240.54 


16,689,462.41 


17,688,050.68 


18,108,016.82 


19,220,326.48 


3,388,837.09 


3,689,569.95 


3,278,382.58 


3,559,288.16 


4,823,369.60 


4,932,189.05 


5,079,754.23 


5,538,605.24 


5,985,521.37 


6,549,674.64 


7,312,742.17 


7,953,090.23 


5,533,483.92 


5,963,162.51 


6,346,660.59 


6,839,802.90 


7,405,478.91 


7,840,948.07 


1,256,916.53 


1,309,608.30 


1,399,314.06 


1,486,646.24 


1,594,183.25 


1,780,785.67 


893,186.48 


1,103,660.23 


1,184,035.82 


1,203,706.65 


1,458,349.64 


1,520,891.01 


4,485,110.96 


3,456,777.71 


3,360,671.09 


3,394,626.92 


3,483,487.78 


3,996,747.77 


568,912.49 


628,909.57 


607,320.00 


619,880.93 


489,097.67 


139,587.28 


4,549,142.46 


4,655,422.59 


5,095,555.90 


5,032,089.26 


5,093,378.75 


5,322,690.14 


56,904,902.27 


60,616,620.95 


65,522,255.85 


70,264,599.35 


75,340,348.08 


80,129,286.29 


1,700,145.30 


2,136,290.79 


3,014,832.48 


1,342,367.07 


858,733.68 


2,722.250.12 


1,095,662.92 


1,400,316.43 


1,696,237.66 


1,837,140.51 


2,001,088.81 


1,909,439.11 


3,417,558.86 


3,508,817.87 


3,715,770.72 


4,097,446.13 


4,683,201.97 


4,481,006.92 


1,711,504.13 


1,397,667.83 


1,412,729.41 


1,220,186.10 


1,365,033.58 


1.242,994.51 


5,202,451.70 


5,599,675.01 


6,398,909.77 


7,071,273.69 


7,753,613.88 


8,396,255.47 


7,551,588.70 


8,046,868.53 


10,143,205.66 


12,326,097.56 


14,754,865.40 


17,346,372.44 


137,280.05 


33,151.81 


31,942.45 


153,275.04 


152,260.86 


173,030.05 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


37,919,225.01 


39,602,533.48 


42,891,361.57 


42,597,175.78 


42,930,127.74 


45,091,808.06 


3,139,067.92 


3,118,684.78 


2,988,621.90 


3,074,634.25 


3,132,145.03 


3,001,186.21 


226,147.82 


163,725.53 


252,362.52 


253,143.81 


412,056.69 


405,663.14 


1,075,914.83 


1,087,795.08 


1,154,810.24 


1,258,610.23 


1,621,378.17 


1,642,771.59 


42,360,355.58 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


48,095,707.63 


50,141,429.00 


7,551,588.70 


8,046,868.53 


10,143,205.66 


12,326,097.56 


14,754,865.40 


17,346,372.44 


8,699,437.68 


9,360,322.27 


10,319,889.05 


11,140,795.68 


11,911,154.49 


12,885,387.51 


1,157,147.20 


947,970.23 


1,002,916.69 


■ 1,117,257.63 


1,437,371.26 


1,574,655.74 


17,408,173.58 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


28,103,391.15 


31,806,415.69 


4,440,138.34 


5,493,879.83 


6,648,767.38 


7,928,907.61 


9,194,253.59 


10,728,279. 15 


5,202,451.70 


5,599,675.01 


6,398,909.77 


7,071,273.69 


7,962,121.20 


8,396,255.47 


8,309,974.73 


9.317,954.48 


10,135,039.22 


11,544,489.21 


13,553,672.69 


15,328,255.60 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


30,710,047.48 


34,452,790.22 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


116,400,634.91 


57.2 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 


47.8 


46.0 



184 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1931 


1932 


1933 






Number of municipalities included 


275 


280 


282 


Assets 
Lands and buildings . . . 


$ c. 

8.407.664.48 

21.013,956.74 

19,918,355.76 

5.361,627.24 

8.649.875.07 

8.106.202.88 

2.205.613.18 

1.456.742.91 

3,827.132.05 

458,374.05 

7.146.437.96 


$ c. 

9.503.743.78 

22.288.781.68 

20.866.767.32 

5.820.056.75 

9.392.662.62 

8.403.251.67 

2,257,618.20 

1,545,354.93 

4,120,926.11 

498,231.69 

4,989,654.97 

200,000.00 


$ c. 
10.186,471 28 


Substation equipment 


22,306,800.94 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 


21,152,681.20 
5.945.225.61 
9,478,605.14 


Meters 


8,514,165.03 
2,381,599.40 
1,458,443.68 
4,040,859.74 
502,978 62 


Street lighting equipment— regular 

Street lighting equipment— ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses .... 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


Old plant 


5,016,755 92 


Other plants not distributed. . 


200,000 00 








Total plant 


86,551,982.32 

2,738,319.67 
1,999,846.42 
3,957,972.78 
1,276,531.01 
8,735,050.84 
20,103,275.76 
174,879.28 


89,887,049.72 

3,185,442.00 
2,059.325.10 
3.683,059.42 
1.232,209.52 
9,099,210.61 
23.066.129.81 
163.637.79 


91,184,586.56 


Bank and cash balance 


1 696 489 24 


Securities and investments 


2,163,785.20 


Accounts receivable 


3,746,910.92 


Inventories 


1,226,043.30 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


9.386,176.58 
26,045,679.00 


Other assets . . 


253,581.84 






Total assets 


125,537.858.08 


132.376.063.97 


135,703,252.64 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


44,594,400.03 

5,382,306.13 

312,575.54 

1,909,986.13 


45,133,305.97 

3,512,724.58 

298.910.20 

3.740.376.11 


42,606,145.29 


Accounts payable 


3 320,485 45 


Bank overdraft . .... 


206,398 00 


Other liabilities 


3,787,725.14 






Total liabilities 


52,199,267.83 


52,685,316.86 


49,920 753 88 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


20.103.275.76 

13.748,049.68 

1.693,129.83 


23,066.129.81 

14.902,177.02 

1.902.308.64 


26,045.679.00 
16,075.959.28 


Other reserves 


2,048,081.84 






Total reserves 


35,544.4.55 27 


39.870.615.47 


44,169,720.12 


Surplus 
Debentures paid . 


13,150.040.37 

8,735,050.84 

15,909.043.77 


15.244.778.28 

9.099.210.61 

15.476.142.75 


17 651,367 71 


Local sinking fund 


9 386,176.58 


Operating surplus 


14,575,234.35 






Total surplus . . . 


37,794.134.98 


39,820.131.64 


41,612,778.64 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


125.537.858.08 


132.376.063.97 


135,703.252.64 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . . 


44.1 


43.4 


40.4 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1934 


1935 


1936 


1937 


1938 


1939 


282 


284 


283 


287 


288 


293 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


10,262,692.98 


10,381,191.41 


10,528,595.34 


10,785.473.59 


10,894,019.12 


11,030,623.50 


22,327,618.75 


22,072,115.14 


22,162,208.03 


22.900.269.21 


23.614,597.80 


23,780,655.18 


21,353,725.80 


21,650,567.75 


22.163,701.17 


22.699.652.43 


23,371,092.61 


23,925.362.60 


6,031,767.74 


6,068,724.47 


6,070,337.02 


6.100.282.76 


6,134,283.64 


6.202,371.87 


9,635,279.35 


9,678,578.13 


9,845,939.94 


10,128.591.29 


10,494.789.40 


10,855,346.75 


8,624,504.78 


8,767.892.27 


9,043,615.65 


9.234,773.90 


9.539,413.66 


9,838,600.98 


2,395,296.48 


2,420,238.81 


2,527.188.03 


2,610.137.97 


2.697.047.84 


2,798.171.62 


1,464,306.73 


1,486.302.46 


1,504.596.77 


1,508,564.76 


1.516,059.81 


1.518,035.24 


3.907,359.92 


3.616,986.74 


4.019,430.59 


4,389,592.08 


4,444,880.40 


4,147,280.84 


494,932.96 


496,050.14 


496.186.33 


496,186.33 


497.974.74 


498,650.81 


4,978,079.44 


4,917,917.43 


4,876.405.43 


4.878.609.01 


4.897.097.67 


4.894,655.59 


200,000.00 


200,000.00 


200.000.00 
















91,675,564.93 


91,756,564.75 


93.438.204.30 


95.732.133.33 


98.101.256.69 


99.489.754.98 


2,215,914.31 


2.927.485.90 


3.921.121.28 


3.080,864.13 


3,043,609.87 


3.107,087.65 


2,382,446.41 


2,593,633.59 


2,924.913.30 


4.469.369.04 


4,832,322.57 


4,850.531.80 


4,001,596.09 


4,363,297.95 


4,560.713.55 


4,240.741.41 


4,106,655.16 


4,774,816.58 


1,110,705.38 


1,212,063.37 


1.261,843.81 


1,336,527.60 


1,393,158.18 


1.496.275.62 


9,161,419.77 


9,086,152.46 


9,535,712.83 


10,003,873.93 


10,397,958.20 


11,032.594.44 


29,274,340.46 


32,609,979.83 


36,193,874.21 


40,032.438.34 


44,254.118.64 


48,615,296.94 


289,158.19 


301,317.86 


203,167.35 


186,252.23 


178,534.60 


156,520.39 


140,111.145.54 


144,850,495.71 


152,039.550.63 


159,082.200.01 


166,307,613.91 


173,522.878.40 


39,646,989.68 


36,667,080.62 


34.485.507.43 


32,447.411.68 


29.987.512.34 


27.962.685.51 


3,149,035.07 


2,931.934.14 


2.879,497.45 


2.912.960.24 


3,334.802.82 


3,100.565.26 


143,556.95 


72,084.93 


25.559.95 


34.787.51 


108,753.61 


180,064.81 


3,669.008.56 


3,462.906.61 


3,267,141.59 


3.216,028.08 


3.120.619.84 


2,998,174.20 


46,608,590.26 


43,134,006.30 


40,657.706.42 


38,611,187,51 


36,551,688.61 


34,241,489.78 


29,274,340.46 


32,609.979.83 


36,193,874.21 


40,032,438.34 


44,254.118.64 


48,615,296.94 


17,426,809.32 


18,410,891.84 


19,666,170.18 


21,034,164.68 


22.583.476.69 


24,046,526.92 


2,056,820.81 


2,459,074.98 


2,763.100.40 


2,802,650.84 


2,814,785.08 


3,090,471.34 


48,757.970.59 


53,479,946.65 


58,623,144.79 


63,869,253.86 


69,652,380.41 


75,752,295.20 


20,608,129.73 


23,481,974.13 


26,084.294.84 


28,468,539.78 


30,890,189.93 


32,866,660.82 


9,161,419.77 


9,086,152.46 


9,535,712.83 


10,003,873.93 


10,397,958.20 


11,032,594.44 


14,975,035.19 


15,668,416.17 


17,138,691.75 


18,129,344.93 


18,815,396.76 


19,629,838.16 


44.744,584 . 69 


48,236,542.76 


52,758,699.42 


56,601,758.64 


60,103,544.89 


63,529,093.42 


140.111,145.54 


144,850,495.71 


152,039,550.63 


159,082,200.01 


166,307,613.91 


173,522,878.40 


35.9 


32.0 


28.3 


25.2 


22.4 


19.3 



186 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 


Year 


1940 


1941 


1942 


Number of municipalities included 


295 


296 


297 i 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

11,218,258.69 

24,282,151.78 

24,653,458.44 

6,214,957.69 

11,030,643.29 

9,927,971.40 

2,879,996.65 

1,534,320.08 

4,341,259.94 

498,575.87 

1,332,606.12 


$ c. 

11,488,173.96 

24,896,262.26 

25,228,363.52 

6,391,399.25 

11,817,440.89 

10,644,655.81 

2,940,055.38 

1,540,369.82 

4,366,893.41 

445,118.58 

1,329,860.41 


$ C.j 

11,546,286.551 

25,359,352.47 

25,572,132.86 

6,446,133.75 
12.209.624.79 
10.938,305.73 

2,928,896.30; 

1.543.717.00 

4,091,006.92 
422,172.72 

1,028,830.05 


Substation equipment. 


Distribution system — overhead 


Distribution system— underground 

Line transformers 

Meters. . ... 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental. . . 

Miscellaneous construction expenses 

Steam or hydraulic plant 


Old plant 




Total plant .... . . 


97,914,199.95 

4,462,197.18 
5,315,855.49 
4.715,848.86 
1,630,987.28 
5,829,573.87 
52,457,676.76 
258,395.70 


101,088,593.29 

2,991,173.27 
8,368,139.57 
4,116,252.29 
1,984,025.53 
5,530,647.79 
52,458,225.18 
226,034.26 


102,086,459.14 

2,482,945. 50 ! 

12,592,455.09i 
3,614,066.68: 
2,047,430.38- 
5.445,199.46. 

57,080,491.77, 
197.190.92; 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 


Other assets 




Total assets 


172,584,735.09 


176,763,091.18 


185,546,238.94 




Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


20,636,363.20 

3,095,613.25 

187,038.91 

3,004,624.22 


17,805,415.36 

3,088,145.27 

302,744.63 

2,987,132.70 


i 

16,184.642.52 

2.399,404.91; 

105,571. 0[ 

2,806,844. 1( 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 




Total liabilities ... 


26,923,638.58 


24,183,437.96 


21,496,462. Sr 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


52,457,676.76 

25,733,628.33 

3,326,591.65 


52,458,225.18 

27,795,985.72 

3,592,384.90 


57,080,491.7' 

29,840,207.7: 

4,907,609.8} 


For depreciation 


Other reserves 




Total reserves 


81,517,896.74 


83,846,595.80 


91,828,309.3) 




Surplus 
Debentures paid 


37,245,922.84 

5,829,573.87 

21,067,703.06 


39,943,340.75 

5,530,647.79 

23,259,068.88 


41,183.741.2 

5.445,199.41 

25,592,526.2 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 




Total surplus 


64,143,199.77 


68,733,057.42 


72.221,466.9 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


172,584,735.09 


176,763,091.18 


185,546,238.9 


Percentage of net debt to total assets .... 


17.4 


14.6 


11.9 











1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING REPORT 



Year 


1912 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


28 


45 


69 


99 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 


$ c. 
572.154.38 
525,438.16 
905.378.17 


$ c. 

789.130.81 

673.803.92 

1.214,829.31 


$ c. 
944.271.08 


Commercial light service 




720.209.26 


Commercial power service 




1,501,797.78 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 




560.925.56 


698,409.71 


835,970.87 


Rural service 






Miscellaneous 




53,543.24 


57,482.41 


68,046.29 








Total earnings 


1.617.674.00 


2.617,439.51 


3,433,656.16 


4,070,295.28 






Expenses 
Power purchased 




789.632.87 
78.394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53.108.38 

84.903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154.932.69 
65.423.64 

528.549.21 

* 


1.045.752.65 
97.658.90 
31.790.99 

130.998.65 

11.764.32 

9.536.07 

65.192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 

* 


1,484,666.00 


Substation op)eration . . 




107,607.31 


Substation maintenance 




25,935.56 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 




154,409 . 71 


Line transformer maintenance 




11,508.92 


Meter maintenance 




12,899.14 


Consumers' premises expenses 




47.494.26 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




136,983.38 


Promotion of business 




74,402.55 


Billing and collecting 




131,541.27 


General office, salaries and expenses. 




236,777.86 


Undistributed expense 




129,209 . 15 


Interest .... 




817,978.89 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 




* 








Total expenses 


1,377.168.00 


2.041.183.40 


2,678,328.34 


3,371,414.00 






Surplus 


240,506.00 
124,992.47 


576.256.11 
262.675.24 


755,327.82 
357,883.31 


698,881.28 


Depreciation and other reserves .... 


414,506.99 


Surplus less depreciation 


115,513.53 


313,580.87 


397.444.51 


284,374.29 







* Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



188 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


CONSOLIDATED 


Year 


1916 


1917 


1918 




Number of municipalities included 


128 


143 


166 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,172,878.86 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1.632,272.12 

968.399.42 

3.417,248.37 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lichtinc: . 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902.875.55 


Rural service 


Miscellaneous 


147.381.50 


120,805.39 


161.243.70 




Total earnings 


4.983,601.03 


6.070.065.17 


7.082.039.16 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


1.959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154.247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

14,S.471.50 
79.324.85 

154,508.58 

306.709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,573.879.37 

203,091.20 

42.129.04 

169,326.24 
25.328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157.857.73 
73.516.37 
188.083.84 
349.932.05 
102.938.80 
1,085.180.80 

* 


2.807.769.33 

238,257.34 

60.805.92 

223.347.81 
30.488.83 
63.155.56 
65.149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962.78 
208.660.76 
421.680.15 
117,474.07 
1.238.425.53 

* 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 


Consumers' premises expenses 


Street lighting, operation and mainten- 
ance 


Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting ... 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


Interest 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 




Total expenses 


4,140,065.51 


5,077.491.08 


5.736.334.85 




Surplus 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992.574.09 
607,296.29 


1.345.704.31 
718.162.30 


Depreciation and other reserves 


Surplus less depreciation 


357,393.72 


385.277.80 


627.542.01 




♦Debenture payments included in " 


Interest." 







1943 THE HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1919 


1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


181 


186 


205 


214 


224 


241 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 
1.175.143.56 
3.443,107.13 

■"988,900 ".95 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1.512.854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 

1,005.535.11 

168,919.95 

189,778.63 


$ c. 

3.149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145.566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c. 

3,786,608.23 

2.158.306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160.446.81 

105.877 09 

187.689.39 


$ c. 
5,166.452.24 
3,260,772.50 
5,927,666.37 
1,161,598.60 
1,269.604.48 
116.639.06 
316,311.21 


$ c. 
5,993.231.07 
3,566,227.22 
6,222,865.88 
1,352.966.47 
1.356.668.97 
75.100.24 


228,270.65 


231.663.58 


7,827.054.60 


9,707.900.93 


10.981,942.30 


12.756.104.21 


17.219,044.46 


18,798.723.43 


3,284,490.68 

217,638 89 

81.853.63 

286.310.76 
42.509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 
74,789.22 
236,504.75 
452,131.22 
190.690.09 
1.285.571.51 

* 


4,216.667.87 
285.407.35 
102.050.81 

344.551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116.283.52 

236.930.79 
78,294.85 
295.942.88 
559,695.29 
256,400.33 
1,431,807.16 


4,876,650.31 
314,838.35 
104.798.01 

487,918.33 

65.088.46 

116.722.97 

134.854.92 

297.481.52 
101,804.46 
321.685.71 
656.268.11 
308.874.42 
998.611.47 

532.183.96 


6,636,853.37 
315.443.70 
100.763.67 

519,252.16 

52,932.26 

107,806.88 

143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605.852.50 
385,895.03 
1,074,657.44 

635.469.90 


8,699,026.67 
474.442.13 
133,815.53 

636.477.41 

75,920.10 

139,104.81 

218.682.02 

299.579.08 
184,371.00 
444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359.206.91 
1,615,205.16 

990,907.14 


9,669,789.40 
430,056.09 
202,050.04 

648,700.62 

82.936,50 

141,231.23 

237.316.20 

269,973.30 
202,060.74 
490,273.30 
889,907.66 
494,078.50 
1,779,991.26 

1,122.798.87 


6,531,481.61 


8.094.056.69 


9,317,781.00 


11.343.765.78 


15.208,508.35 


16.661.163.71 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1.613.844.24 
902.028.75 


1,664.161.30 
1.044.434.85 


1.412.338.43 
715.814.24 


2,010.536.11 
916,782.75 


2.137.559.72 
973.649.62 


481,353.62 


711.815.49 


619.726.45 


696.524.19 


1.093.753.36 


1.163.910.10 



190 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year . . ... 


1925 


1926 


1927 






Number of municipalities included 


242 


248 


251 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 
6,439,159.86 
3,866,292.79 
6,568,854.77 
1,923,093.09 
1,415,382.22 
37,975.18 
286,451.08 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1.457,686.21 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866 89 


Commercial light service 


4,626,815 51 


Commercial power service 


7,342,173 20 


Municipal power 


1,913,502 88 


Street lighting 


1,489,242 37 


Rural service 

Miscellaneous 


13,765.72 
581,913 04 






Total earnings 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279 61 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,063,123.34 
417,921.71 
207,497.63 

686,344.54 

75,473.28 

156,909.55 

252,808.47 

275,316.60 
217,102.24 
521,134.01 
891,640.29 
520,584.58 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869,37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 


13 505,583 77 


Substation operation 


430 211 76 


Substation maintenance ... 


275 148 86 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


758,747.10 


Line transformer maintenance 


94,706.38 


Meter maintenance 


214.813.87 


Consumers' premises expenses 


285,352.68 


Street lighting, operation and mainten- 
ance .... . 


318,395.79 


Promotion of business 


220,687.60 


Billing and collecting 


605,627.58 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


824,868.90 
531,003.80 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


1,889,810.95 
1,294,027.29 


1,985,233.73 
1,347,511.92 


2,063,698.00 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


1,505.626.31 






Total expenses 


18.469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472.40 






Surplus 


2,067,514.51 
1,068,880.42 


2,313,627.14 
1,146.273.05 


2,522,807.21 


Depreciation and other reserves 


1,249,711.65 


Surplus less depreciation 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


1933 


255 


259 


267 


275 


280 


282 


$ c. 
8,925,050.56 
5,182,723.32 
8,298,669.44 
1,921,300.97 
1,534,476.98 
*48,451.90 
465,791.92 


$ c. 
9,873.681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376.158.74 
2,086,444.24 
1,598,262.43 
*51,590.54 
522,780.95 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 

5,961,383.23 

9,340,653.28 

2,111.482.38 

1,674,528.03 

*28,954.60 

581,914.78 


$ c. 

10,972,952.10 

6,230,475.89 

9,456,224.97 

1,967.118.54 

1.746.855.24 

*29,446.38 

511,139.80 


$ c. 

11,447,307.85 

6,243,794.01 

9,356,693.88 

1,859,585.35 

1,783,972.46 

ni,069.27 

513,787.30 


$ c. 

11,429,101.13 

6,013,025.96 

9,080,522.07 

1,826,872.07 

1,779,582.48 

*12,812.74 

485,925.43 


26,376,465.09 


29,206,684.53 


30,241,820.19 


30,914,212.92 


31,216,210.12 


30,627,841.88 


14,688,570.08 
420,512.48 
247,647.88 

736,159.85 

88,676.18 

218,530.96 

291,333.03 

329,597.16 
249,842.01 
638,797.02 
844,578.55 
542,755.34 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 
274,275.56 

907,817.04 

93,608.14 

242,126.27 

314,495.03 

359.373.40 
250,844.28 
695,729.42 
904,025.64 
502,206.06 
110,630.62 
2,152,695.49 

1,687,201.64 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 
320,716.48 

991,972.86 

96,746.35 

278,379.43 

317,902.45 

372,211.07 
249,070.05 
745,159.02 
907,226.89 
523,862.96 
112,029.82 
2.220,214.45 

1,828,061.62 


18,085.166.51 

487,484.17 
303,536.11 

1,015,256.14 

93,463.24 

284,633.88 

363.078.47 

368.119.49 
255.956.03 
792.983.99 
923.676.84 
520.893.10 
107,918.93 
2,328,094.32 

2,061,718.79 


19,109,036.25 
503,351.82 
300,186.15 

969,750.^1 

95,485.55 

300,104.85 

368,208.73 

360,709.76 
266,760.84 
818,721.33 
960,558.88 
436,692.96 
112,059.90 
2,532,940.93 

2,244,367.86 


19,330,861.58 
484,764.57 
288,583.29 

895,350.99 

82.321.32 

283,115.98 

361,499.20 

353,082.15 
259,936.42 
817,660.03 
908,517.79 
349,101.36 
105,452 68 


2,111.049.49 
1,601,711.32 


2,426.286.35 
2,319,319.09 


23.009,761.35 


25,335,461.74 


26,766,134.00 


27,991,980.01 


29,378,936.42 


29,265,852.80 


3,366,703.74 
1.350,252.16 


3,871,222.79 
1,469,846.83 


3.475,686.19 
1,574,991.68 


2,922,232.91 
1,775,330.69 


1,837,273.70 
1,920,896.22 


1,361,989.08 
1,989,000.41 


2,016,451.58 


2,401,375.96 


1,900,694.51 


1,146,902.22 


83,622.52 

(loss) 


627,011.33 

(loss) 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in Rural Power Districts. 



192 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


CONSOLIDATED 


Year 


1934 


1935 


1936 




Number of municipalities included 


282 


284 


283 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

11.844.033.10 

6,206.086.35 

9,692.784.37 

1,875.969.80 

1,777,596.69 

18.747.73 

555,172.04 


$ c. 

12,145,219.89 

6,458,748.57 

10,211,968.71 

1,821,285.82 

1,788,760.38 

21,669.98 

562,285.82 


$ c. 

12,682,140.18 

6,815,439.16 

10,694,192.44 

1,817,986.94 

1,799,420.87 

23,158.76 

575,825.49 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting ... 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 




Total earnings 


31,970,390.08 


33,009,939.17 


34,408,163.84 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


19,591,887.79 
468,944.09 
296,550.52 

844,813.95 

75,172.18 

291,402.79 

352,499.09 

338,784.80 
228,741.36 
827,860.20 
908,039.75 
362,322.12 
98,081.61 
2,204,994.25 

2,358,169.12 


20,053,676.40 
478,813.83 
297,127.27 

830,633.88 

70,749 63 

313.234 U 

340,761.52 

340,120.36 
252,648.33 
835.375.90 
943,880.18 
360.676.96 
95.150.54 
2.040.130.35 

2.423.088.34 


20,486,582.65 
478,855.71 
301,897.24 

855,576.02 

72,711.67 

328.410.90 

306,644.80 

356,932.01 
288,338.93 
945,892.70 
967,269.06 
448.332.98 
69.805.06 
1.893,304.28 

2,448,223.80 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 


Consumers' premises expenses 


Street lighting, operation and mainten- 
ance 


Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting 


General office, salaries and expenses ... 
Undistributed expense 


Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 




Total expenses 


29,248,263.62 


29.686.067 60 


30.248.777.81 




Surplus 


2,722,126.46 
2,036,637.33 


3,323.871.57 
2,076.322.24 


4.159.386.03 
2,230.021.86 


Depreciation and other reserves 


Surplus less depreciation 


685.489.13 


1.247,549 33 


1,929.364.17 






' 


' 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



1937 


1938 


1939 


1940 


1941 


1942 


287 


288 


293 


295 


296 


297 


$ c. 

12,448,345.63 

6,510,685.15 

11,063,764.43 

1,731,311.34 

1,781,363.37 

22,971.02 

607,035.54 


$ c. 

12,607,601.30 

6,727,374.48 

10,527,631.36 

1,677,069.34 

1,813,555.27 

26,588.18 

602,012.80 


$ c. 

13,038,748.37 

7,077,144.74 

10,957,719:66 

1,760,977.25 

1,831,090.33 

28,874.86 

595,235.49 


$ c. 

13,705,710.79 

7,642,679.90 

12,458,439.08 

1,741,235.23 

1,842,443.63 

56,818.83 

577,959.98 


$ c. 

14,287,828.19 

7,885,693.81 

14,591,053.03 

1,832,379.38 

1,880,560.01 

58,695.51 

526,771.53 


$ c. 

14,874,937.14 

7,604,860.27 

15,433,320.91 

2,026,826.92 

1,820,216.28 

50,276.58 

680,825.29 


34,165,476.48 


33,981,832.73 


35,289,790.70 


38,025.287.44 


41,062,981.46 


42,491,263.39 


20,532,736.85 
490,737.94 
300,389.49 

889,990.11 

81,365.18 

343.658.47 

420,366.36 

364,325.53 
294,574.21 
980,540.10 
940,890.76 
476,370.44 
77,995.38 
1,752,287.58 

2,429,565.06 


20,575,457.95 
493,651.06 
351,013.94 

921,064.94 

94,040.92 

384,357.58 

483,012.96 

373,065.44 
309,626.97 
987,040.66 
931,120.05 
430,609.32 
84,111.05 
1,642,663.25 

2,424,098.70 


21,855,595.20 
516,987.25 
377,013.25 

943,859.59 

95.577.72 

386,145.71 

488,980.55 

384,071.55 
317,467.64 

1,008,065.66 

966.550.98 

463.456.65 

80,263.46 

1,594,040.32 

2,420,441.30 


23,756,863.14 
544,234.10 
322,375.73 

930,055.53 
101,617.16 
372,562.74 
568,135.41 

366,911.70 
293,022.17 

1,020,648.93 

960,065.70 

555.414.26 

79.848.64 

1.464,381.29 

2,389,723.60 


26,017,260.84 
552,820.54 
316,677.27 

993,886.44 
114,304.18 
409,252 . 72 
604,642.97 

379,905.55 

262,910.03 

1,074,173.90 

1,053,367.83 

480,317.80 

93,032.89 

1,027,985.34 

2,248,937.42 


26,459,900.78 
581,259.02 
361,643.95 

1,087,818.81 
133.888.95 
440.877.18 
513,565.10 

397,614.93 

193,692.33 
1,171,345.63 
1,067,535.39 

553,599.71 
99,379.20 

973,383,83 

2.006,148.29 


30,375,793.46 


30.484,934.79 


31,898,516.83 


33,725.860.10 


35,629,475.72 


36,041,653.10 


3,789,683.02 
2,329,625.64 


3,496,897.94 
2,451,529.46 


3,391,273.87 
2,524,364.33 


4,299,427.34 
2,644,127.10 


5,433,505.74 
2,933,730.99 


6,449,610.29 
3,586,198.82 


1,460,057.38 


1,045,368.48 


866,909.54 


1,655,300.24 


2,499,774.75 


2,863,411.47 



7 — HP 



194 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality . . 


Acton 
1,954 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 
Craig 

457 


Alvinston 
645 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
2,743 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1.627.38 

2,318.36 

27,196.78 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


9,456.68 


7,844.15 


16,404.91 


39,968.90 


Line transformers 


16,190.06 

12,272.67 

2,436.65 


5,637.62 
3,272.73 
1,030.30 


3,814.67 

2,780.29 

457.58 


2,941.70 
3,558.49 
1,280.09 


21,150 17 


Meters 


16,636 48 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant . 


1,587.79 
5,598 72 


1,902.13 


23.30 


492.36 


1,044.37 


7,351.55 


Old plant 








773.85 














Total plant 


63,944.03 

1.289.72 

13,500.00 

661.64 

1,232.33 


19,420.63 

2,720.21 

7,000.00 

108.39 


15,389.05 

1,212.43 

8,000.00 

768.06 


26,136.97 

82.69 

7,000.00 

55.92 


92,293 61 


Bank and cash balance 


5,434 31 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable. . . 


17,250.00 
2,580 07 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


77,616.00 


12,625.37 


16,947.83 


17,020.63 


60,739.45 














Total assets . . . 


158,243.72 


41,874.60 


42,317.37 


50.296.21 
435.41 


178,297 44 


Deficit 














Total 


158,243.72 


41,874.60 


42,317.37 


50,731.62 


178,297.44 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 










9,679.20 


Accounts payable 


90.65 


209.82 


250.75 


42.60 


348.42 


Bank overdraft .... 




Other liabilities 


1,025.49 




150.00 


79.00 


6,680.66 








Total liabilities 


1,116.14 


209.82 


400.75 


121.60 


16,708.28 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


77,616.00 

12,323.79 

1,500.00 


12,625.37 
3,637.73 
1,542.90 


16,947.83 
7,216.68 


17,020.63 

10,000.65 

59.50 


60,739.45 
29,074.86 


Other reserves 


474 92 








Total reserves 


91,439.79 


17,806.00 


24,164.51 


27,080.78 


90,289.23 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,500.00 


8,072.65 


6,883.38 


23,529.24 


22,374.40 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


51,187.79 


15,786.13 


10,868.73 




48,925.53 








Total surplus 


65,687.79 


23,858.78 


17,752.11 


23,529.24 


71,299.93 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


158,243.72 


41,874.60 


42,317.37 


50,731.62 


178,297.44 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.4 


0.7 


1.6 


0.4 


9.9 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
385 


Aylmer 
2,412 


Ayr 

772 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Beamsville 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,013.84 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 








20,227.84 


10.055.73 


27,378.35 


13,086.93 


9,613.54 


15,529.77 


16,867.14 


14,397.08 
6,222.55 
1,537.36 


2,303.10 

1,945.77 

750.31 


15,317.49 

13,479.08 

4,616.00 


5,616.06 
4,385.05 
1,162.14 


6,612.00 

4,173.96 

738.66 


4,841.14 

3,676.15 

444.23 


10,315.28 
7,536.86 
2,771.88 


1,037.25 


243.03 


2,335.56 


822.49 


187.22 


602.04 


314.85 




1,030.30 


6,469.47 


4,002.53 
















43,422.08 

5,047.11 



16,328.24 

387.22 
500.00 

75.84 


80,609.79 

4,903.05 

13,000.00 

1,022.98 

373.76 


29,200.20 

1,042.61 

2,000.00 

572.28 


21,986.02 

1,131.97 

3,500.00 

838.82 


25,269.46 

1,550.70 

8,600.00 

631.99 


37,806.01 
2,778.33 


751.64 


211.86 














19,440.61 


6,951.65 


48,369.06 


16,804.67 


35,318.32 


45,658.83 


5,412.16 
22,380 46 
















68,661.44 


24,242.95 


148,278.64 


49,619.76 


62,775.13 


81,710.98 


68,588.82 
















68,661.44 


24,242.95 


148,278.64 


49,619.76 


62,775.13 


81,710.98 


68,588.82 


6,894.27 


3,047.77 
25.91 


6,791.29 
216.80 


2,905.61 




120.61 

72.74 


8,298 66 


1,241.00 


32.26 


252 60 








238.17 


28.00 


803.36 


6.00 






660 70 










8,373.44 


3,101.68 


7,811.45 


2,911.61 


32.26 


193.35 


9,211.96 


19,440.61 

11.885.59 

96.50 


6,951.65 
3,658.77 


48,369.06 

21,131.90 

3,154.83 


16,804.67 

8,827.32 

517.29 


35,318.32 
3,269.84 
1,000.00 


45,658.83 
9,503.57 


5,412.16 
6,377.25 










31,422.70 


10,610.42 


72,655.79 


26,149.28 


39,588.16 


55,162.40 


11,789.41 


7,216.01 


10,065.06 


31,910.63 


14,597.77 


5,000.00 


5,416.05 


29,201.34 


21,649.29 


465.79 


35,900.77 


5,96i.i6 


18,154.71 


20,939.18 


18,386.11 


28,865.30 


10,530.85 


67,811.40 


20,558.87 


23,154.71 


26,355.23 


47,587.45 


68,661.44 


24,242.95 


148,278.64 


49,619.76 


62,775.13 


81,710.98 


68,588.82 


17.0 


17.9 


7.8 


8.9 


0.1 


0.6 


14.6 



196 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 


Belle 
River 

844 


Blenheim 
1,812 


Blyth 
652 


Bolton 
590 


Boothwell 


Population 


644 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
204.20 


$ c. 
14,375.36 

909.64 
33,295.55 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment . .... 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


19,985.45 


11,858.08 


10,506.33 


7,748.94 


Line transformers 


4,681.89 
4,836.07 
1,325.05 


12,468.85 

11,594.98 

3,859.04 

1,482.97 

603.03 


2,664.45 
2,554.19 
1,554.68 


4,759.38 

3,742.75 

873.89 


3,207.58 


Meters 


3,608.32 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


3,571.49 
1,131.22 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,063.05 


254.59 


1,391.23 


605.99 


Old plant 






2,096.17 


1,554.60 












Total plant 


32,095.71 

2,926.99 
6,000.00 

42.77 


78,589.42 
2,877.79 


20,982.16 

615.95 

5,500.00 

463.80 


22,828.18 

794.25 

8,500.00 

368.47 


19,873.54 


Bank and cash balance 


1,171.29 


Securities and investments . ... 


13,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


201.05 
1,397.05 


27.20 


Inventories 


5 83 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . 


11,755.99 


42,293.16 


11,033.11 


19,467.28 


19,153.31 














Total assets .... 


52,821.46 


125,358.47 


38,595.02 


51,958.18 


53.231 . 17 


Deficit 
















Total 


52,821.46 


125,358.47 


38,595.02 


51,958.18 


53,231 . 17 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




2,718.91 
5,332.08 




1,149.03 
105.58 


970.96 


Accounts payable .... . . 


1.09 


264.70 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


205.00 


1,840.47 


150.00 


34.85 


1,236.83 






Total liabilities 


206.09 


9,891.46 


414.70 


1,289.46 


2,207.79 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


11,755.99 

11,641.82 

1,100.00 


42,293.16 

23,623.64 

1,830.25 


11,033.11 
6,603.31 


19,467.28 
8,223.38 


19,153.31 
8,626.24 


Other reserves . 


15.13 










Total reserves 


24,497.81 


67,747.05 


17,636.42 


27,690.66 


27,794.68 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,500.00 


11,281.09 


16,032.52 


11,350.97 


4,563.23 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


19,617.56 


36,438.87 


4,511.38 


11,627.09 


18,665.47 






Total surplus ..... . 


28,117.56 


47,719.96 


20,543.90 


22,978.06 


23,228.70 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


52,821.46 


125,358.47 


38,595.02 


51,958.18 


53,231.17 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.5 


10.3 


1.5 


4.0 


3.3 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 197 

**A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Brampton 
5,823 


Brantford 
32,174 


Brantford 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
760 


Burford 


$ c. 
5,355 12 


$ c. 
114,579.48 
315,591.13 
280,271.23 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,482.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202 00 


35,006 39 










55,598.72 


70,994.49 


10,416.04 


8,256.30 


14,536.59 


9,589.62 


38,654.70 
32,873.12 
12,334.99 


207,615.78 

166,396.39 

25,029.79 

38.922.18 

43,446.55 




21,321.53 

18,724.83 

5,600.11 


3,463.71 
3,157.57 
1,635.60 


2,825.58 

2,609.54 

509.23 


3,476.45 
4,420.64 
1,587.79 


4,322.83 

4,421.07 

425.14 


7,178.48 


5,671.83 


645.21 


1,170.36 


1,537.56 


711.15 




32,400.00 








2,827.50 














187,001.52 

4,639.88 
6,977.81 


1,224,252.53 

40,882.91 
23,650.00 
16,289.75 
13,238.77 


122,312.79 

318.55 
1,000.00 

552.84 
1,741.01 


19,318.13 
4,692.87 


16,853.04 

637.34 

4,300.00 

88.44 


28,386.53 

372.55 

11,500.00 

199.78 


19,671.81 

1,141.97 
6,500 00 


815.08 
121.77 


86.04 


85.74 












192,114.68 


1,016.437.09 
162.67 


39,141.30 


7,131.06 


13,109.35 


14,626.36 


15,316.07 














391,670.74 


2,334,913.72 


165,066.49 


31,228.10 


34,988.17 


, 55,085.22 


42,715.59 
















391,670.74 


2,334,913.72 


165,066.49 


31,228.10 


34,988.17 


55,085.22 


42,715.59 




27,500.00 
3,019.59 




5,211.13 




1,665.41 




365 63 


226.26 
1,822.73 
1,897.51 


12.15 


63 15 










1,392.00 


61,525.23 


278.03 


25.00 


116.93 


98.53 


1,757.63 


92,044.82 


3,946.50 


5,489.16 


37.15 


1,782.34 


161.68 


192,114.68 

73.992.93 

7,579.69 


1,016,437.09 

473,024.11 

23,651.38 


39,141.30 

30,772.98 

40.93 


7,131.06 
7,399.45 


13,109.35 

5,868.13 

97.24 


14,626.36 
10,096.68 


15,316.07 
6,938.18 










273,687.30 


1,513,112.58 


69,955.21 


14,530.51 


19,074.72 


24,723.04 


22,254.25 


69,050.64 


502,500.00 


57,125.66 


7,156.90 


8,000.00 


19,334.59 


9,000.00 


47,175.17 


227,256.32 


34,039.12 


4,051.53 


7,876.30 


9,245.25 


11,299.66 


116.225.81 


729,756.32 


91,164.78 


11,208.43 


15,876.30 


28,579.84 


20,299.66 


391,670.74 


2,334,913.72 


165,066.49 


31,228.10 


34,988.17 


55,085.22 


42,715.59 


0.9 


4.3 


3.1 


22.8 


0.2 


4.4 


0.6 



198 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Burgess- 
vilie 


Caledonia 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
687 


Chatham 


Population 


17,893 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 
656.01 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 
90,216 28 


Substation equipment 








154,326 67 


Distribution system— overhead 

Distribution system- — underground. 


3,831.55 


19,873.50 


3,022.07 


19,407.99 


155,154.03 
86,297 88 


Line transformers 


1,638.74 

1,209.93 

261.02 


7,199.59 
8,665.34 
2,082.68 


1,040.07 
850.90 
335.61 


5,966.17 
4,127.77 
1,357.57 


107,825.44 


Meters 


83,409.61 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


20,047.03 
35,426.10 


457.22 


1,559.45 


6.82 


542.56 


29,846.40 


Old plant 










42,752.31 














Total plant 


7,398.46 

471.79 

1,800.00 

16.01 


40,036.57 

1,310.98 

4,700.00 

96.45 

1,057.64 


5,255.47 

216.55 

2,900.00 

331.92 


31,402.06 

949.77 

2,200.00 

106.26 

272.95 


805,301.75 


Bank and cash balance 


15,717.61 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


90,000.00 
28,142.97 


Inventories 


16,587.41 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets .... 


5,919.94 


25,532.74 


2,942.52 


10,982.11 
.57 


445,007.72 
803.00 












Total assets 


15,606.20 


72,734.38 


11,646.46 


45,913.72 


1,401,560.46 


Deficit .... 
















Total 


15,606.20 


72,734.38 


11,646.46 


45,913.72 


1,401,560.46 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance . . . 






460.49 
37.10 


3,089.98 
269.09 


104,452.06 


Accounts payable 


18.84 


224.18 


13,888.56 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 




268.50 




160.00 


46,796.38 










Total liabilities. . . 


18.84 


492.68 


497.59 


3,519.07 


165,137.00 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


5,919.94 
3,929.19 


25,532.74 
5,208.97 


2,942.52 
1,576.71 


10,982.11 

8,375.31 

18.22 


445,007.72 
208,107.44 


Other reserves 


44,004.70 












Total reserves 


9,849.13 


30,741.71 


4,519.23 


19,375.64 


697,119.86 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,500.00 


4,624.00 


4,987.28 


16,910.02 


265.547.94 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


2,238.23 


36,875.99 


1,642.36 


6,108.99 


273,755.66 






Total surplus 


5,738.23 


41,499.99 


6,629.64 


23,019.01 


539,303.60 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


15,606.20 


72,734.38 


11,646.46 


45,913.72 


1,401,560.46 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


0.2 


1.0 


5.7 


10.1 


14.1 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



*'A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Chippawa 
1,320 


Clifford 
452 


Clinton 
1,922 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtwright 
341 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


$ c. 
1,434.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,227.74 
17,224.70 
26,496.02 


$ c. 
62.00 


$ c. 
475.63 


$ c. 


$ c. 








16,143.30 


8,309.56 


7,977.66 


10,359.99 


6,633.83 


3,889.14 


9,521.89 
6,184.65 
3,141.60 


1,810.86 
2,656.47 
1,014.93 


11,222.78 

11,570.36 

5,705.10 


5,080.42 

3,023.47 

423.35 


2,274.24 

2,239.68 

366.43 


1,225.40 

1,014.46 

425.08 


2,400.81 

1,920.89 

364.52 


1,603.72 


37.44 


4,821.30 


1,102.89 


313.18 


608.56 


298.63 






























38,029.62 

1,607.00 

3,000.00 

84.72 

116 38 


13,829.26 

1,033.88 
3,000.00 

7.77 


87,268.00 

2,019.58 

9,500.00 

846.91 

3,614.20 


17,669.79 

525.91 

6,000.00 

18.83 


16.029.15 

1,254.70 

5,137.27 

14.54 


9,907.33 

758.79 

5,000.00 

231.35 


8,873.99 

1,487.72 

4,000.00 

41.25 














19,166.17 
32 53 


8,046.19 


52,086.50 


20,473.57 


5,001.06 


6,367.71 


9,411.47 
















62,036.42 


25,917.10 


155,335.19 


44,688.10 


27,436.72 


22,265.18 


23,814.43 
















62,036.42 


25,917.10 


155,335.19 


44,688.10 


27,436.72 


22,265.18 


23,814.43 




4,744.02 
20.44 






2,639.82 
120.99 




820.03 


17.94 


370.67 


87.63 


15.61 


41.54 


805 50 


5.00 


579.45 


60.00 


170.00 


5.00 








823.44 


4,769.46 


950.12 


147.63 


2,930.81 


20.61 


861.57 


19,166.17 
5,934.21 


8,046.19 
4,165.92 


52,086.50 

29,059.17 

3,966.91 


20,473.57 
7,813.65 


5,001.06 

5,536.49 

43.54 


6,367.71 

2,927.40 

13.27 


9,411.47 
3,813.74 










25,100.38 


12,212.11 


85,112.58 


28,287.22 


10,581.09 


9,308.38 


13,225.21 


13,350.00 


3,255.98 


44,500.00 


7,700.00 


6,360.40 


8,138.35 


2,579.97 


22,762.60 


5,679.55 


24,772.49 


8,553.25 


7,564.42 


4,797.84 


7,147.68 


36,112.60 


8,935.53 


69,272.49 


16,253.25 


13,924.82 


12,936.19 


9,727.65 


62,036.42 


25,917.10 


155,335.19 


44,688.10 


27,436.72 


22,265.18 


23,814.43 


1.9 


26.7 


0.9 


0.6 


13.1 


0.1 


6.0 



200 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Delhi 
1,908 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
526 


Dresden 


Population 


1 529 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,177.24 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








523 00 


Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


5,309.95 


28,983.23 


9,461.36 


10,137.31 


20,553.61 


Line transformers. . . 


1,819.08 

1,420.22 

205.24 


16,354.51 

12,683.10 

3,860.38 


3,317.06 

2,902.19 

907.18 


4,425.18 

3,662.59 

772.21 


7,992 81 


Meters 


7,955.08 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment ornamental 


1,652.15 


. Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


203.81 


3,845.61 


378.43 


469.54 


2,083.46 


Old plant 




28,518.74 


















Total plant 


8,958.30 

201.80 

1,850.00 

2.76 


96,422.81 

2,784.08 

13,000.00 

213.43 

3.225.65 


16,966.22 

835.06 

3,800.00 

753.45 

90.52 


19,466.83 

975.86 

6,500.00 

60.44 


40,760 11 


Bank and cash balance 


3,072.34 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


6,000.00 
873.62 


Inventories 


1 831 33 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,733.11 
135.12 


5,768.25 
1.59 


8,515.27 


14,038.82 


35,673.33 

27.84 










Total assets 


14,881.09 


121,415.81 


30,960.52 


41,041.95 


88,238.57 


Deficit . 
















Total 


14,881.09 


121,415.81 


30,960.52 


41,041.95 


88,238.57 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


484.30 
122.58 


74,997.99 
147.79 


760.20 


2,912.22 
715.59 




Accounts payable 


303.26 


Bank overdraft. 






Other liabilities 




1,447.65 


28.00 




458.00 










Total liabilities 


606.88 


76,593.43 


788.20 


3,627.81 


761.26 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,733.11 

978.63 

30.00 


5,768.25 

10,180.80 

1,900.00 


8,515.27 

4.845.78 

534.09 


14,038.82 
9,838.21 


35,673.33 
6,211.99 


Other reserves 


2,602.91 








Total reserves 


4,741.74 


17,849.05 


13,895.14 


23,877.03 


44,488.23 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,515.70 


10,002.01 


3,539.80 


6,587.78 


11,423.24 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


6,016.77 


16,971.32 


12,737.38 


6,949.33 


31,565.84 






Total surplus 


9,532.47 


26,973.33 


16,277.18 


13,537.11 


42,989.08 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


14,881.09 


121,415.81 


30,960.52 


41,041.95 


88.238.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


5.4 


66.2 


3.5 


13.4 


1.4 



1943 THE HYDRQ-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 201 

**A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,163 


Dunnville 
4,069 


Dutton 
804 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,048 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
19,180.32 
13,999.39 
54,501.39 


$ c. 

3,495.43 

39,710.85 

41,688.87 


$ c. 
75.11 


$ c. 

26,415.38 

8,893.55 

371,351.28 


$ 'c. 
7,458.03 








4,737.26 


5,893.54 


10,158.81 


38,347.49 
540.21 


1,801.50 
2,156.10 

284.27 


1,354.25 

1,168.53 

544.86 


27,402.73 

27,245.30 

11,535.93 

1,154.52 

5,505.15 


23,524.00 

21,462.58 

9,756.04 


4,348.03 

3,663.00 

754.38 


107,605.64 

171,498.08 

30,998.99 


23,874.21 
15,331.49 

2,288.27 


235.58 


787.06 


7,567.74 


312.03 


29,790.40 


1,037.08 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 






2,168.08 












9,214.71 

2,340.14 

4,500.00 

25.03 


9,748.24 

1,486.82 

1,300.00 

69.10 


162,392.11 

7,815.38 

21,500.00 

445.13 

289.34 


157,923.13 

5,531.43 

32,000.00 

903.29 

1,532.74 


19,311.36 

395.25 

8,000.00 

21.44 

142.90 


746,553.32 

16,086.57 
6,000.00 

26,245.51 
8,734.46 


91,044.86 

3,546.25 

12,000.00 

92.69 








7,406.37 


6,296.24 


155,913.24 
212.08 


69,577.24 


22,004.04 


313,011.37 
1,300.14 


85,004.90 












23,486.25 


18,900.40 


348,567.28 


267,467.83 


49,874.99 


1,117,931.37 


191,688.70 
















23,486.25 


18,900.40 


348,567.28 


267,467.83 


49,874.99 


1,117,931.37 


191,688.70 


544.29 




2,152.21 
486.11 


19,903.61 
125.40 




96,031.16 
49,507.39 


6,318.61 


95.13 


19.68 


9.87 










11.00 


9,226.04 


2,148.05 


207.36 


15,253.67 


790 65 






639.42 


30.68 


11,864.36 


22,177.06 


217.23 


160,792.22 


7,109.26 


7,406.37 
5,902.06 


6,296.24 
5,823.15 


155,913.24 

75,341.49 

398.54 


69,577.24 

46,423.98 

6,500.00 


22,004.04 

10,626.95 

33.23 


313,011.37 

132,803.38 

3,067.56 


85,004.90 

32,227.05 

2,500 00 








13,308.43 


12,119.39 


231.653.27 


122,501.22 


32,664.22 


448,882.31 


119,731.95 


3,955.71 


6,200.00 


50,847.79 


55,596.39 


8,407.49 


261.036.62 


30,849.89 


5,582.69 


550.33 


54,201.86 


67,193.16 


8,586.05 


247,220.22 


33,997.60 


9,538.40 


6,750.33 


105,049.65 


122,789.55 


16,993.54 


508,256.84 


64,847.49 


23,486.25 


18,900.40 


348,567.28 


267,467.83 


49,874.99 


1,117,931.37 


191,688.70 


4.0 


0.2 


5.6 


11.2 


0.8 


20.0 


6.7 



202 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

S\ STEM— Continued 



Municipality . 


Elora 
1,208 


Embro 
420 


Erieau 
*243 


Erie 
Beach 

t24 


Essex 


Population 


1952 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
1,524.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system— overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


18,516.53 


10,720.28 


11,465.75 


2,598.33 


40,362.88 
442 55 


Line transformers 


8,373.29 
7,006.05 
1,298.49 


4,665.12 

2,401.65 

535.73 


2,495.04 

3,262.71 

435.74 


925.32 
900.39 


18,361 45 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular .... 


13,575.72 
1,655 38 


Street light equipment, ornamental 




7,205 06 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,004.16 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


1,482.93 


Old plant 




429.25 


















Total plant 


37,723.06 

563.19 

12,500.00 

47.25 

272.37 


18,821.48 

626.11 

2,500.00 

39.88 


18,039.14 
81.44 


4,799.07 
1,759.00 


83,085.97 


Bank and cash balance 


3,879.66 


Securities and investments. 


24,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


121.70 


62.97 


1,107 45 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures . . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


41,009.03 


12,442.80 


7,386.20 


1,842.30 


35,333.19 















Total assets 


92,114.90 


34,430.27 


25.628.48 


8,463.34 


147,406.27 


Deficit . . 
















Total 


92,114.90 


34,430.27 


25,628.48 


8,463.34 


147,406.27 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 






581.86 
164.88 


956.10 
37.07 


13,342.52 


Accounts payable 


358.28 


64.04 


239.93 


Bank overdraft . 




Other liabilities 


316.25 


25.66 


30.00 




7,842.26 








Total liabilities 


674.53 


89.04 


776.74 


993.17 


21,424.71 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


41,009.03 
19,026.40 


12,442.80 

6,992.94 

9.58 


7,386.20 

5,437.44 
73.02 


1,842.30 
782.41 


35,333.19 
27,180.21 


Other reserves .... 


2,029.66 










Total reserves . . 


60,035.43 


19,445.32 


12,896.66 


2,624.71 


64,543.06 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


13,000.00 


7,500.00 


6,301.27 


2,343.90 


9,157.48 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


18,404.94 


"7,395:9! 


5,653.81 


2,501.56 


52,281.02 






Total surplus 


31,404.94 


14,895.91 


11,955.08 


4,845.46 


61,438.50 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


92,114.90 


34,430.27 


25,628.48 


8,463.34 


147,406.27 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


1.3 


0.4 


4.3 


15.0 


13.6 



*Summer Population 993. jSummer population 324. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



**A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Etobicoke 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Exeter 
1,582 


Fergus 

2,787 


Fonthill 
919 


Forest 
1,569 


Forest 

Hill 
12,779 


Gait 
14,858 


$ c. 
34 709 67 


$ c. 
3,832.48 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,528.31 


$ c. 

39,434.92 

80,767.90 

193,344.03 

2,169.95 

110,965.56 

64,902.15 

9,505.00 

16,795.63 

19,106.28 


$ c. 
202,082.05 


2 683 09 






155,192.44 


336,261.28 


32,898.76 


35,467.10 


12,678.47 


23,457.54 


282,862.81 
4,828.20 


111,288.64 

88,191.49 

16,096.11 

2,689.44 


13,308.95 
9,709.64 
4,902.87 


22,291.56 

15,108.83 

6,126.75 


6,149.37 
5,601.93 
1,801.02 


12,429.13 

11,550.57 

2,663.94 


135,415.11 

85,845.34 
72,298.23 


32,062.24 


2,283.36 


1,073.90 


262.11 


1,318.43 


22,800.58 






2,546.59 


3,500.00 


11,042.87 














623,981.96 
2,829.11 


66,936.06 

1,990.71 

19,000.00 

1,814.97 

1,537.44 


82,614.73 

4,895.83 

12,000.00 

281.21 

94.34 


29,992.90 
2,951.22 


68,990.79 

1,622.29 

19,510.00 

176.07 

3,175.37 


536,991.42 

17,082.83 

30,000.00 

1,550.59 

5,872.29 


961,324.76 

419.25 
62,000.00 


16,403.41 
10,074 08 


65.10 


39,357.43 
32,981.46 








251,540.22 
95.79 


46,862.48 


70,847.37 
295.95 


7,259.67 


37,501.36 


199,995.60 


608,515.67 
8.07 














904,924.57 


138,141.66 


171,029.43 


40,268.89 


130,975.88 


791,492.73 


1,704,606.64 
















904,924.57 


138,141.66 


171,029.43 


40,268.89 


130,975.88 


791,492.73 


1,704,606.64 


65,341.12 
42,210.98 


494.50 


6,201.49 
176.23 


5,866.17 
189.47 


1,304.35 


271,255.97 
1,402.63 


9,914.62 
24,869.07 


7,921.25 




27,688.31 


11,226.74 


596.50 


469.25 


339.30 


180.96 


30,126.61 


3,779.28 


126,700.09 


1,091.00 


6,846.97 


6,394.94 


1,485.31 


302,785.21 


66,251.28 


251,540.22 

141,858.49 

17,144.70 


46,862.48 

20,562.52 

2,534.61 


70,847.37 

16,880.67 

5,222.63 


7,259.67 
4,463.84 


37,501.36 

22,896.16 

1,300.00 


199,995.60 

117,640.93 

750.00 


608,515.67 

380,116.05 

31,300.46 








410,543.41 


69,959.61 


92,950.67 


11,723.51 


61,697.52 


318,386.53 


1,019,932.18 


200,354.28 


20,000.05 


35,798.51 


16,633.83 


33,095.65 


91,525.63 


508,087.33 


167,326.79 


47,091.00 


35,433.28 


5,516.61 


34,697.40 


78,795.36 


110,335.85 


367,681.07 


67,091.05 


71,231.79 


22.150.44 


67,793.05 


170,320.99 


618,423.18 


904,924.57 


138,141:66 


171,029.43 


40,268.89 


130,975.88 


791,492.73 


1,704,606.64 


19.1 


1.2 


6.8 


19.4 


1.6 


49.8 


6.0 



204 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


George- 
town 
2,498 


Glencoe 
764 


Goderich 
4,886 


Granton 
P.V. 


Grimsby 
♦1,992 


Population . ... 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
3,712.35 


$ c. 
3,457.66 


$ c. 
15,588.63 
34,532.50 
73,774.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


37,602.14 


23,223.71 


4,489.45 


38,940.00 


Line transformers 


26,726.79 

17,143.04 

4,598.54 


7,511.85 
4,822.79 
2,106.42 


23,055.28 

23,512.28 

9,159.76 


1,515.11 

1,654.60 

180.78 


23,625.00 


Meters 


18,178.50 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


2,532.00 
1,925.00 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,243.27 


3,445.45 


6,317.12 


113.08 


2,592.00 


Old plant 


2,209.80 




14,622.15 














Total plant 

Bank and cash balance 


94,235.93 

1,989.95 

17,229.07 

721.20 


44,567.88 

2,262.50 

9,500.00 

302.86 

377.11 


200,562.36 

10,833.43 

35,000.00 

1,228.33 

1,553.47 


7,953.02 

1,409.00 

3,700.00 

117.10 


87,792.50 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


14,380.52 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


116,147.42 


22,762.97 


137,160.81 
3,429.34 


8,918.99 
















Total assets 


230,323.57 


79,773.32 


389,767.74 


22,098.11 


102,173.02 


Deficit 
















Total 


230,323.57 


79,773.32 


389,767.74 


22,098.11 


102,173.02 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,370.70 
195.84 




24,091.16 
1,284.31 


680.24 
354.42 


82,478.00 


Accounts payable 


199.16 


36.30 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


1,594.66 


146.59 


2,761.00 




3,719.83 








Total liabilities . . 


3,161.20 


345.75 


28,136.47 


1,034.66 


86,234.13 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


116,147.42 
24,789.18 


22,762.97 

15,505.78 

855.34 


137,160.81 

103,108.64 

807.45 


8,918.99 

3,878.25 

60.00 




2,300.50 


Other reserves 










Total reserves 


140,936.60 


39,124.09 


241,076.90 


12,857.24 


2,300.50 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


18,629.30 


20,121.88 


71,996.89 


2,819.76 


2,866.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


67,596.47 


20,190.60 


48,557.48 


5,386.45 


10,772.39 






Total surplus 


86,225.77 


40,303.48 


120,554.37 


8,206.21 


13,638.39 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . 


230,323.57 


79,773.32 


389,767.74 


22,098.11 


102,173.02 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . 


2.8 


0.6 


11.1 


7.9 


84.1 



*11 months operation. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



** A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Guelph 
22,685 


Hagersville 
1,429 


Hamilton 
160,813 


Harriston 
1,287 


Harrow 
1,086 


Hensall 
680 


Hespeler 
2,967 


$ c. 
14 670 38 


$ c. 


$ c. 
972,401.18 
2,215,292.97 
1,293,969.14 
811,301.35 
958,339.05 
818,465.11 
286,233.04 


$ c. 

395.25 

600.00 

23,001.18 


$ c. 
2,318.16 


$ c. 


$ c. 
4,684 43 


165 379 10 


864.37 
21,617.91 




39,962 26 


252,666.61 

27,712.18 


20,401.71 


12,645.26 


32,256.50 


119,398.48 

117,495.76 

45,058.14 


12,124.10 
9,988.60 
1,135.27 


8,463.85 
9,657.22 
1,332.00 


11,031.57 

8,188.77 
943.46 


6,811.35 

4,050.80 

612.83 


28,767.16 

14,486.38 

8,160.72 


13,180.23 


780.47 


106,056.45 


1,084.02 


699.79 


645.66 


1,972.71 








1,001.43 




400.00 














755,560.88 

2,244.41 
35,000.00 


46,510.72 

5,903.90 

23,000.00 

14.20 

8.67 


7,462,058.29 
230,358.06 


45,534.95 

550.59 

9,000.00 

144.77 

195.23 


43,583.46 

2,653.88 

1,200.00 

160.64 

113.18 


25,165.90 

843.11 

9,500.00 

208.62 


130,290.16 

9,429.85 
10,000 00 


5,960.48 
23,657.42 


377,013.43 
203,671.59 

41,206.77 
5,430,304.98 

89,561.45 


716.45 
700 60 








739,326.60 
128 00 


84,636.25 

9.44 


37,609.57 
8.39 


28,469.43 


18,464.63 


129,825.43 
12 35 










1,561,877.79 


160,083.18 


13,834,174.57 


93,043.50 


76,180.59 


54,182.26 


280,974.84 
















1,561,877.79 


160,083.18 


13,834,174.57 


93,043.50 


76,180.59 


54,182.26 


280,974.84 




371.72 
118.05 


882,000.00 
318,891.23 


3,451.19 
.16 




2,411.20 


13,738.11 


23,212.95 


465.08 


384 19 








2,615.33 


570.00 


*332,456.94 


110.82 


295.00 


40.00 


220.00 


25,828.28 


1,059.77 


1,533,342.17 


3,562.17 


760.08 


2,451.20 


14,342.30 


739,326.60 

176,755.10 

1,052.46 


84,636.25 

16,566.00 

1,500.00 


5,430,304.98 

1,551,649.55 

837,366.67 


37,609.57 
14,059.06 


28,469.43 

10,352.53 

136.30 


18,464.63 
11,153.03 


129,825.43 

29,322.61 

166 92 










917,134.16 


102,702.25 


7,819,321.20 


51,668.63 


38,958.26 


29,617.66 


159,314.96 


145,000.00 


7,628.28 


3,178,275.19 

41,206.77 

1,262,029.24 


22,366.84 


12,000.00 


9,588.80 


63,832.40 


473,915.35 


48,692.88 


15,445.86 


24,462.25 


12,524.60 


43,485.18 


618,915.35 


56,321.16 


4,481,511.20 


37,812.70 


36,462.25 


22,113.40 


107,317.58 


1,561,877.79 


160,083.18 


13,834,174.57 


93,043.50 


76,180.59 


54,182.26 


280,974.84 


3.1 


1.4 


17.8 


6.5 


1.6 


6.8 


9.5 



*$100,000.00 balance re purchase agreement. 



206 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets ot Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Highgate 
312 


Humber- 
stone 
2,896 


IngersoU 
5,616 


Jarvis 


Kings- 
ville 
2,367 


Population 






Assets 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
15,772.13 
51,488.29 
59,294.16 


$ c. 


$ c 


Lands and buildings 


8,592 27 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


8,333.72 


24,507.84 


10,080.96 


35,258.49 


Line transformers 


2,109.25 

2,001.63 

453.91 


14,338.39 

11,037.06 

943.79 


37.391.05 

30,107.94 

4,988.75 

4,597.59 

9,506.74 


3,422.06 

3,087.95 

931.82 


16,814.68 


Meters 


16,516 77 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,470.29 
19,200 00 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


491.60 


3,384.60 


606.53 


474.86 


Old plant 
























Total plant 


13,390.11 

315.30 

4,500.00 

47.50 


54,211.68 

2,024.81 

20,000.00 

86.39 


213,146.65 

2,505.42 

8,540.08 

620.39 

1,442.43 


18,129,32 

833.80 

10,500.00 

89.21 


98,327.36 


Bank and cash balance 


3,474.75 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


24,000.00 
289.25 


Inventories .... 


212.65 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


10,690.32 


23,898.50 


204,850.17 
23.13 


16,834.54 


45,913.75 












Total assets 


28,943.23 


100,221.38 


431,128.27 


46,386.87 


172,217.76 


Deficit 
















Total 


28,943.23 


100,221.38 


431,128.27 


46,386.87 


172,217.76 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




4,000.00 




832.84 
44.20 


20,404.12 


Accounts payable . . 


158.31 


15,640.76 


5.85 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


70.00 


1,920.21 


6,727.59 




22,235.30 








Total liabilities 


228.31 


5,920.21 


22,368.35 


877.04 


42,645.27 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


10,690.32 
'6,591.58 


23,898.50 
7,873.81 
1,500.00 


204,850.17 

25,462.46 

1,924.68 


16,834.54 
6,425.84 


45,913.75 
31,813.76 


Other reserves 


388.66 










Total reserves 


17,281.90 


33,272.31 


232,237.31 


23,260.38 


78,116.17 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


5,000.00 


28,000.00 


79,800.00 


9,667.16 


13,095.88 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


6,433.02 


33,028.86 


96,722.61 


12,582.29 


38,360.44 






Total surplus '. . 


11,433.02 


61,028.86 


176,522.61 


22,249.45 


51,456.32 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


28,943.23 


100,221.38 


431,128.27 


46,386.87 


172,217.76 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


1.2 


7.8 


8.0 


2.9 


21.9 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



** A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Kitchener 
34,734 


T ,ambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
1,010 


Leamington 
5,534 


Listowel 
3,002 


London 
76,086 


$ c. 
248,273 73 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,210.68 


$ c. 
18,580.07 

7,101.97 
64,407.09 
17,209.04 
27,547.87 
29,885.18 

1,574.66 
15,178.49 

2,033.71 


$ c. 
1,459.49 


$ c. 
456,373.02 


465,974 75 




1,052,184.20 


394,567.47 
38,026.26 


9,158.90 


22,206.43 


48,519.95 
5,522.87 
23,928.93 
18,657.19 
3,139.12 
1,539.79 
2,555.45 


826,370.60 
402,230.33 


261,015.71 

246,968.17 

76,299.58 

126,922 . 86 


2,424.87 
2,751.69 
1,053.80 


6,775.22 
5,006.49 
1,054.22 


425,803.04 

407,677.81 

73,053.32 

92,286.12 


16,397.07 


315.71 


1,809.42 


157,727.88 


52,363 91 








4,745.30 














1,926,809.51 

31,343.35 
50,000.00 
75,241.17 
39,144 72 


15,704.97 

292.17 

2,000.00 

376.52 


38,062.46 

2,555.97 

4,000.00 

356.05 

10.20 


183,518.08 

12,691.31 

38,500.00 

372.77 


110,068.09 

8,624.04 

14,000.00 

559.46 

220.95 


3,893,706.32 

100,361.23 

349,500.00 

173,904.32 

72,016.30 








395,539.59 


1,455,457.02 
795 71 


10,848.28 


15,744.77 


98,474.32 
328.05 


86,732.10 
55.27 


2,719,372.84 
183 62 










3,578,791.48 


29,221.94 


60,729.45 


333,884.53 


220,259.91 


7,704,584.22 














3,578,791.48 


29,221.94 


60,729.45 


333,884.53 


220,259.91 


7,704,584.22 


214,337.97 




3,612.21 
205.23 






349,550.82 


61,154.00 


78.32 


4,448.21 


3,563.67 


105,465.00 


128,651.66 


190.00 


1,023.40 


18,528.67 


2,014.69 


100,101.62 


404,143.63 


268.32 


4,840.84 


22,976.88 


5,578.36 


555,117.44 


1,455,457.02 

517,141.60 

7,154.53 


10,848.28 

6,407.30 

242.08 


15,744 . 77 

13,875.84 

207.00 


98,474.32 

46,897.30 

5,220.73 


86,732.10 

51,436.39 

2,500.00 


2,719,372.84 

1,583,658.83 

184,867.98 


1,979,753.15 


17,497.66 


29,827.61 


150,592.35 


140,668.49 


4,487,899.65 


522,812.03 


4,000.00 


11,887.79 


48,000.00 


43,189.89 


1,232,349.18 
395,539 59 


672,082.67 


7,455.96 


14,173.21 


112,315.30 


30,823.17 


1,033,678.36 


1,194,894.70 


11,455.96 


26,061.00 


160,315.30 


74,013.06 


2,661,567.13 


3,578,791.48 


29,221.94 


60,729.45 


333,884.53 


220,259.91 


7,704,584.22 


13.9 


1.5 


10.8 


3.5 


3.1 


1.5 



208 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continu ed 



Municipality 


London 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Long 

Branch 

4,600 


Lucan 
621 


Lynden 


Markham 
1,126 


Population 




ASSETS 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
375.45 


$ c. 
241.18 


$ c. 


Lands and buildings 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


23,928.77 


61,385.90 


11,737.90 


4,869.69 


19,354.48 


Line transformers 


8,906.12 
6,570.76 
1,819.11 


19,203.25 

23,176.51 

5,791.06 


4,592.28 
4,058.06 
4,549.30 


3,136.23 

2,280.80 

354.06 


10,284.45 

7,614.05 

833.91 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,272.89 


2,305.28 


771.90 


233.57 


1,333.75 


Old plant 


1,733.80 




2,860.45 














Total plant 


45,231.45 
2,899.55 


111,862.00 
1,319.26 


28,945.34 

1,190.93 

6,000.00 

64.61 


11,115.53 

1,825.44 

1,000.00 

45.24 


39,420.64 

2,431.36 

10,000.00 

201.29 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable 


449.29 


15,462.81 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


23,386.09 


30,331.44 


20,278.92 


14,391.34 


21,575.05 














Total assets 


71,966.38 


158,975.51 


56,479.80 


28,377.55 


73,628.34 


Deficit 














Total ... 


71,966.38 


158,975.51 


56,479.80 


28,377.55 


73,628.34 




Liabilities 

D'ebenture balance . . 


1,910.65 
5,912.08 


6,202.89 
3,281.67 


1,328.55 
65.88 


834.75 
31.05 




Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


547.16 


2,805.74 


182.00 


14.00 


276.00 




Total liabilities 


8,369.89 


12,290.30 


1,576.43 


879.80 


276.00' 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


23,386.09 

11,865.05 

3.82 


30,331.44 

25,565.67 

4,322.30 


20,278.92 
9,165.52 


14,391.34 
4,129.43 


21,575.05 
8,768.37 
1,617.26 








Total reserves 


35,254.96 


60,219.41 


29,444.44 


18,520.77 


31,960.68 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


17,089.35 


34,101.71 


9,885.07 


3,660.25 


11,373.63 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


11,252.18 


52,364.09 


15,573.86 


5,316.73 


30,018.03 


Total surplus 


28,341.53 


86,465.80 


25,458.93 


8,976.98 


41,391.66 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


71,966.38 


158,975.51 


56,479.80 


28,377.55 


73,628.34 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


17.2 


9.6 


4.4 


6.3 


0.5 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 209 

** A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 


Milton 
1,922 


Milverton 
995 


Mimico 
7,641 


Mitchell 
1.678 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6.764.41 

96,695.94 

42,752.34 


$ c. 
13,858.12 
16,418.16 
23,581.86 


$ c. 
761.88 


$ c. 
20,455.40 
43,265.89 
82,742.28 


$ c. 
18,438.97 
16,616.28 
33,582.62 


$ c. 






9,202.48 


12,700.06 


3.180.68 


4,065.36 

2,634.09 

570.46 


14,400.26 

17,671.82 

4,992.52 


16,595.97 

15,757.22 

5,416.92 


8,464.30 

5,387.14 

848.75 


42,132.52 
34,722.00 
10,167.55 


15.324.27 

13.219.02 

7,132.20 


1,512.75 

1.407.55 

295.88 


478.50 


2.963.93 


3,405.14 


610.50 


11,845.36 


1,456.55 


354.05 






3,092.54 






1,380.00 














16,950.89 

1,219.16 

10,500.00 

4.51 


186.241.22 

11,351.71 

20,000.00 

386.47 


98,125.93 

960.54 

18,000.00 

314.68 

3,375.76 


28,772.63 

1,387.19 

7,000.00 

113.97 


245,331.00 

14.882.14 

22,000.00 

1,869.74 


107,149.91 

954.69 

14,950.00 

4,958.74 

4,856.92 


6,750.91 

868.31 

3,000.00 

23.44 












12,826.04 


179,722.80 
1.57 


110,785.81 
140.62 


46,552.97 


156,792.27 
161.40 


49,061.69 
1.27 


6,768.56 








41,494.60 


397,703.77 


231,703.34 


83,826.76 


441,036.55 


181,933.22 


17,411.22 
















41,494.60 


397,703.77 


231,703.34 


83,826.76 


441,036.55 


181,933.22 


17,411.22 




2,207.29 
114.09 






25,366.74 
1,000.60 






276.06 


232.95 


221.20 


275.22 


22.80 


85.00 




675.08 




7,302.76 


298.00 












361.06 


2,321.38 


908.03 


221.20 


33,670.10 


573.22 


22.80 


12,820.04 

5,348.36 

23.40 


179,722.80 
30,749.34 
12,000.00 


110,785.81 

27,592.94 

4,697.89 


46,552.97 
8,711.50 


156,792.27 

81,615.88 

5,242.07 


49,061.69 

44,996.08 

1,843.93 


6,768.56 
3,883.93 








18,191.80 


222,472.14 


143,076.64 


55,264.47 


243,650.22 


95,901.70 


10,652.49 


13,122.36 


29,978.92 


33,046.41 


9.500.00 


101,633.26 


22,295.22 


4,500.00 


9,819.38 


142.931.33 


54,672.26 


18.841.09 


62.082.97 


63,163.08 


2,235.93 


22,941.74 


172.910.25 


87,718.67 


28,341.09 


163,716.23 


85,458.30 


6,735.93 


41,494.60 


397.703.77 


231,703.34 


83,826.76 


441,036.55 


181.933.22 


17.411.22 


1.3 


1.1 


0.8 


0.6 


11.8 


0.4 


0.2 



210 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 
Brydges 


Newbury 
245 


New 

Hamburg 

1,438 


New 

Toronto 

7,855 


Niagara 
Falls 
19,726 


Population 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,517.19 

1,217.05 

25,109.15 


$ c. 
45,514.80 


$ c. 
132,550 59 


Substation equipment ... 






271,299 87 


Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


7,697.47 


6,945.58 


98,562.34 
17,198.72 
46,195.62 
41,479.63 
14,721.65 


207,729.77 


Line transformers 


1,845.43 
2,788.12 
1,385.36 


1,571.26 
1,406.91 

881.47 


9,871.11 

10,344.90 

2,274.20 


189,164.76 


Meters 


123,566.61 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


118,545.95 


105.90 


558.91 


328.90 


7,816.89 


22,828.97 


Old plant . ... 






5,242.56 
















Total plant 


13,822.28 

1,513.75 

10,000.00 

914.78 


11,364.13 

849.06 

3,500.00 

740.28 


56,905.06 

858.33 

11,000.00 

279.72 

726.89 


271,489.65 

17,252.71 

57,000.00 

1,382.10 

4,932.04 


1,065,686.52 


Bank and cash balance 


75,013.95 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


125,000.00 
1,284.44 


» Inventories 


9,128.79 


Sinking fund on local debentures . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


8,472.84 


4,920.17 
39.78 


53,992.73 


502,521.76 


623,841.04 
1,440.19 












Total assets 


34,723.65 


21,413.42 


123,762.73 


854,578.26 


1,901,394.93 


Deficit 
















Total 


34,723.65 


21,413.42 


123,762.73 


854,578.26 


1,901,394.93 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


536.11 
325.42 






495.62 
1,773.82 


80,743.20 


Accounts payable 


35.79 




9,464.79 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


164.35 


55.00 


245.00 


7,013.20 


17,820.95 






Total liabilities 


1,025.88 


90.79 


245.00 


9,282.64 


108,028.94 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


8,472.84 

5,273.30 

97.38 


4,920.17 
5,182.81 


53,992.73 

19,499.34 

1,633.83 


502,521.76 
80,167.10 
12,534.98 


623,841.04 
321,951.56 


Other reserves 


14,212.69 








Total reserves 


13,843.52 


10,102.98 


75,125.90 


595,223.84 


960,005.29 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,683.89 


9,754.39 


17,729.08 


7,504.38 


609,499.80 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


16,170.36 


1,465.26 


30,662.75 


242,567.40 


223,860.90 






Total surplus 


19,854.25 


11,219.65 


48,391.83 


250,071.78 


833,360.70 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


34,723.65 


21,413.42 


123,762.73 


854,578.26 


1,901,394.93 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


3.9 


0.5 


0.4 


2.7 


8.5 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



** A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

2,019 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,297 


Oil Springs 
506 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,419 


Paris 
4,604 


$ c. 
2 307 35 


$ c. 
29,317.82 


$ c. 
4,660.42 


$ c. 
6,299.16 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,849.55 


17 730 92 




1,346.28 
33,363.31 


49,807 . 14 


39,983.06 


479,599.49 


12,076.99 


14,975.03 


8,826.38 


56,778.00 


17,301.73 

12,094.43 

3,619.52 


149,585.01 

105,766.81 

156.00 

21,090.84 

26,485.35 


7,283.58 
8,402.95 
4,685.64 


6,337.29 

4,071.88 

308.24 


4,757.38 
3,375.97 
1,684.17 


11,406.81 
8,653.05 
6,818.19 


27,062.69 
22,122.50 
14,084.12 


2,544.19 


5ii.4i 


1,648.13 


513.88 


1,796.07 


2,366.25 













4,018.71 
















95,581.20 
491.93 


812,001.32 

42,984.00 

10,000.00 

6,789.29 

16,526.61 


37,620.99 

3,993.64 
7,500.00 
2,378.89 
1,828.47 


33,639.73 

4,268.59 

2,000.00 

67.91 

97.17 


19,157.78 

186.21 
3,980.00 
1,039.06 


67,402.42 

1,337.68 

4,000.00 

818.00 

2,325.51 


181,070.25 

5,311.49 
22,500.00 


1,663.25 
5,958 . 99 


596.47 








34,777.21 
1 53 


173,997.74 


40,038.40 


26,997.21 


9,766.69 


47,341.57 
336.19 


123,501.71 
558 51 














138,474.11 


1,062,298.96 


93,360.39 


. 67,070.61 


34,129.74 


123,561.37 


333,538.43 
















138,474.11 


1,062,298.96 


93,360.39 


67,070.61 


34,129.74 


123,561.37 


333,538.43 


10,004.27 


256,092.05 
4,528.75 










1,189 75 


3,317.70 
2,003 98 


119.62 


215.82 


372.77 


1,104.53 


195.02 


384.30 


32,694.71 


293.37 


56.52 


91.38 


324.31 


121.12 


15,710.25 


293,315.51 


412.99 


272.34 


464.15 


1,428.84 


1,505.89 


34.777.21 

18,266.61 

845.25 


173,997.74 

159,934.83 

2,014.56 


40,038.40 

10,885.00 

571.87 


26,997.21 

11,404.71 

90.03 


9,766.69 
7,611.18 


47,341.57 

13,562.90 

401.89 


123,501.71 

87,984.42 

51.34 








53,889.07 


335,947.13 


51,495.27 


38,491.95 


17,377.87 


61,306.36 


211,537. 7 


26,497.15 


271,929.82 


13,756.00 


16,721.31 


4,500.00 


27,000.00 


90,810.25 


42,377.64 


161,106.50 


27,696.13 


11,585.01 


11,787.72 


33,826.17 


29,684.82 


68,874.79 


433,036.32 


41,452.13 


28,306.32 


16,287.72 


60,826.17 


120,495.07 


138,474.11 


1,062,298.96 


93,360.39 


67,070.61 


34,129.74 


123,561.37 


333,538.43 


15.1 


31.4 


0.8 


0.7 


1.9 


1.9 


1.4 



212 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments of 


NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 








Municipality 


Parkhill 
907 


Petrolia 
2,681 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,175 


Port 

Colbome 

6,903 


Population 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

900.00 

5,956.75 

51,783.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
29,470.68 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


18,103.12 


4,930.57 


22,270.35 


104,347.74 


Line transformers 


6,431.54 
4,992.74 
1,027.53 


33,537.08 

17,509.72 

6,649.63 


2,400.32 

2,540.27 

158.29 


7,633.43 
6,495.15 
3,252.88 


32,339.91 
28,670.16 

5,300.06 
16,611.59 

6,788.19 


Meters . 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,589.29 


6,059.80 


607.20 


982.15 


Old olant 




3,389.94 






9,929.60 










Total plant 


32,144.22 

1,276.82 

5,500.00 

452.67 


125,785.92 

378.20 

23,900.00 

1,289.45 

598.50 


10,636.65 

874.22 

5,000.00 

14.15 


40,633.96 

2,669.76 

15,000.00 

444.11 

786.84 


233,457.93 

4,760.53 
70,000.00 
12,187.79 

3,239.64 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable . . ... 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


20,989.19 


111,222.25 


10,007.54 


67,306.18 


108,115.79 














Total assets 


60,362.90 


263,174.32 


26,532.56 


126,840.85 


431,761.68 


Deficit 














Total . 


60,362.90 


263,174.32 


26,532.56 


126,840.85 


431,761.68 




Liabilities 
Debenture balance 




6,497.07 
110.09 


633.84 
81.19 


1,598.62 
81.82 


25,174.44 
10,410.43 


Accounts payable 


93.79 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 


102.54 


1,044.56 




422.04 


20,121.78 






Total liabilities. 


196.33 


7,651.72 


715.03 


2,102.48 


55,706.65' 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


20,989.19 

10,200.16 

1,200.00 


111,222.25 

45,875.75 

247.56 


10,007.54 
4,129.15 


67,306.18 

17,611.72 

1,026.72 


108,115.79 
68,258.50 
11,806.70 


Other reserves 






Total reserves 


32,389.35 


157,345.56 


14,136.69 


85,944.62 


188,180.99 




Surplus 
Debentures paid 


14,630.02 


43,502.93 


4,603.16 


15,401.38 


120,825.56 



Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


13,147.20 


54,674.11 


7,077.68 


23,392.37 


67,048.48 




Total surplus 


27,777.22 


98,177.04 


11,600.84 


38,793.75 


187,874.04 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


60,362.90 


263,174.32 


26,532.56 


126,840.85 


431,761.68 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


0.5 


5.0 


4.3 


3.5 


12.7 















1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



**A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Port 
Credit 
1,728 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,517 


Port 
Dover 

1,784 


Port 
Rowan 


Port 

Stanley 

859 


Preston 
6,606 


Princeton 
P.V. 


$ c. 
675.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,574.60 


$ c. 


$ c. 








57,024.08 
91,300.06 




35,968.39 


22,950.58 


36,221.65 


10,369.23 


27,405.53 


4,478.31 


14,206.45 

13,649.09 

5,180.06 


14,739.27 

11,623.05 

1,041.19 


13,656.32 

11,010.58 

2,767.73 


1,883.34 

2,597.07 

893.23 


14,059.69 

12,354.97 

2,145.89 


55,798.95 

43,444.80 

5,617.32 


3,369.70 

1,521.58 

207.93 


1,678.05 


'2,696.74 


3,487.94 


736.96 


7,472.19 


9,887.04 


96.39 




6,018.38 






577.51 


32,126.75 












71,357.04 

4,992.97 
2,500.00 
1,366.37 


59,069.21 

2,036.79 
4,500.00 
1,542.68 


67,392.97 

2,402.19 

6,000.00 

1,502.68 

52.92 


16,479.83 

1,222.69 

5,500.00 

8.99 


65,590.38 

4,429.76 

11,000.00 

770.74 

14.00 


295,199.00 

10,832.97 

15,000.00 

13,481.24 

7,029.97 


9,673.91 

851.46 

4,500.00 

40.17 










44,998.73 


40,025.07 
.32 


28,807.26 
21.53 


7,550.45 


44,561.11 


282,550.94 
.76 


10,333.11 










125,215.11 


107,174.07 


106,179.55 


30,761.96 


126,365.99 


624,094.88 


25,398.65 
















125,215.11 


107,174.07 


106,179.55 


30,761.96 


126,365.99 


624,094.88 


25,398.65 


2,443.71 






4,039.78 
19.30 




13,148.59 
9,219.31 


429.54 


374.90 


651.76 


896.26 


293.55 








1,026.92 


1,120.00 


789.00 


235.00 


416.99 


1,027.27 


25.00 


3,845.53 


1,771.76 


1,685.26 


4,294.08 


710.54 


23,395.17 


454.54 


44.998.73 

24,065.05 

3,005.75 


40,025.07 

9,254.33 

300.00 


28,807.26 
18,434.11 


7,550.45 
4,988.15 


44,561.11 

18,887.90 

2,075.23 


282,550.94 

152,563.48 

494.34 


10,333.11 
3,091.80 










72,069.53 


49,579.40 


47,241.37 


12,538.60 


65,524.24 


435,608.76 


13,424.91 


12.056.29 


22,500.00 


29,000.00 


6,960.22 


18,950.00 


139,651.41 


3,120.46 


37.243.76 


33,322.91 


28,252.92 


6,969.06 


41,181.21 


25,439.54 


8,398.74 


49,300.05 


55,822.91 


57,252.92 


13,929.28 


60,131.21 


165,090.95 


11,519.20 


125,215.11 


107,174.07 


106,179.55 


30,761.96 


126,365.99 


624,094.88 


25,398.65 


4.8 


2.6 


2.2 


18.5 


0.9 


6.9 


3.0 



214 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 

Population 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,345 


Ridge- 
town 

1,949 


Riverside 
5,525 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,584.63 

1,024.24 

24,465.99 


$ c. 
11,371.12 


$ c. 
79.00 


Substation equipment . . 




600.00 
12,471.37 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


8,667.33 


85,224.34 


9,056.18 


Line transformers 


3,281.64 

1,863.98 

435.63 


11,204.03 
7,060.46 
1,338.88 


12,608.57 

10,537.26 

6,709.88 

1,431.73 

1,735.12 


28,112.77 
26,708.52 


3,705.66 

3,434.79 

731.82 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. ... 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


19,163.24 
6,694.59 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,659.80 


681.52 


499.29 


Old plant. ... 






'5,088.46 
















Total plant . 


16,908.38 

2,095.72 

2,500.00 

27.08 


33,356.26 

2,976.53 

3,000.00 

197.14 

69.24 


67,185.88 

811.36 

9,000.00 

306.02 

371.04 


177,274.58 

3,681.33 
19,000.00 
10,720.86 

1,021.32 


17,506.74 

870.90 

2,300.00 

31.28 

107.47 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories . . . 


Sinking fund on local debentures 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 

Other assets 


7,606.68 


22,052.57 


46,678.29 


89,398.99 


12,254.05 














Total assets. , . ... 


29,137.86 


61,651.74 


124,352.59 


301,097.08 


33,070.44 


Deficit . 














Total 


29,137.86 


61,651.74 


124,352.59 


301,097.08 


33,070.44 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


696.94 
.89 




2,039.14 
1,439.43 


10,761.47 
3,818.90 


1,425.88 


Accounts payable 


1,185.72 


Bank overdraft 





Other liabilities 


72.52 


546.09 


2,348.21 


21,472.88 


123.72 




Total liabilities ... 


770.35 


1,731.81 


5,826.78 


36,053.25 


1,549.60 




Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


7,606.68 
4,914.93 


22,052.57 
3,476.96 
1,569.37 


46,678.29 

20,375.30 

1,270.63 


89,398.99 

50,435.69 

1,201.92 


12,254.05 
6,987.26 


Other reserves 








Total reserves 


12,521.61 


27,098.90 


68,324.22 


141,036.60 


19,241.31 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


8,803.06 


12,200.00 


17,416.85 


71,738.53 


3,074.12 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


7,042.84 


20,621.03 


32,784.74 


52,268.70 


9,205.41 




Total surplus 


15,845.90 


32,821.03 


50,201.59 


124,007.23 


12,279.53 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


29,137.86 


61,651.74 


124,352.59 


301,097.08 


33,070.44 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


3.6 


4.4 


5.8 


8.8 


7.4 















1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



**A'' — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Rodney 
721 


St. 

Catharines 

30,406 


St. Clair 

Beach 

145 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,017 


$ c. 


$ c. 

55,475.10 

151,343.21 

292,338.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
18,592 63 










32,511.55 


12,289.98 


8,976.19 


6,100.33 


7,492.46 


64,578.75 


3,729.82 
3,923.71 
3,533.02 


194,292.96 

139,922.85 

23,804.45 

29,486.71 

29,454.32 


3,062.85 
2,108.13 


4,038.89 

3,513.85 

337.24 


4,635.13 

3,616.38 

396.19 


26,624.06 

27,089.33 

6,618.04 








923.65 


158.87 


374.18 


527.14 


9,075.08 


700 00 


*49,507.89 








20,696 85 












25,100.18 

1,576.04 

3,200.00 

56.30 


965,626.26 

24,910.51 

60,000.00 

67,790.77 

18,509.69 

109,909.80 

674,904.86 

155.00 


14,306.04 

2,411.60 

1,500.00 

270.47 


14,364.49 

573.95 

6,000.00 

.63 


16,667.30 

521.94 

6,000.00 

7.19 


205,786.29 

6,763.85 

5,000.00 

956.59 

824.17 










2,390.16 


14,884.45 


7,460.16 


15,344.70 


17,990.93 


144,079.01 
219.30 












44,816.97 


1,921,806.89 


25,948.27 


36,283.77 


41,187.36 


366,019.37 














44,816.97 


1,921,806.89 


25,948.27 


36,283.77 


41,187.36 


366,019.37 




145,750.00 
52,196.15 


i99.'i9 


772.55 
3.67 




17,393.51 


96.28 


8.55 


391.53 


270.00 


29,993.21 


i32.i8 


165.00 




884.00 








366.28 


227,939.36 


331.37 


941.22 


8.55 


18,669.04 


14,884.45 

4,327.80 

73.24 


674,904.86 

270,641.97 

60,901.77 


7,460.16 

5,328.74 

49.50 


15,344.70 

3,884.47 


17,990.93 
3,727.23 


144,079.01 

76,464.36 

1,677.96 








19,285.49 


1,006,448.60 


12,838.40 


19,229.17 


21,718.16 


222,221.33 


8,500.00 


156,272.91 
109,909.80 
421,236.22 


6,341.45 


5,227.45 


6,000.00 


96,853.51 
2,390.16 


16,665.20 


'6,437.05 


10,885.93 


13,460.65 


25,885.33 


25,165.20 


687,418.93 


12,778.50 


16,113.38 


19,460.65 


125,129.00 


44,816.97 


1,921,806.89 


25,948.27 


36,283 . 77 


41,187.36 


366,019.37 


1.2 


8.0 


1.8 


4.5 


0.0 


7.4 



*Includes $32,0CO.CO other plants not distributed. 



216 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


St. Thomas 
17,789 


Sarnia 
17,911 


Scarborough 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Seaforth 


Population 


1,691 






Assets 

Lands and buildings ... 


$ c. 

79.093.04 

131,949.61 

125,989.22 

52,815.87 

70,991.53 

80,194.40 

22,412.43 

3,693.04 

13,995.46 


$ c. 

90,255.99 

231,843.49 

232,114.44 


$ c. 

20,696.77 

14,934.92 

326,019.44 


$ c. 
1,836 39 


Substation equipment 


8,930.07 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground.. . 
Line transformers 


32,416.73 


91,757.17 
87,354.71 
27,717.39 
8,271.83 
21,329.83 


89,373.28 
84,592.19 
21,561.22 


12,416.74 


Meters 


10,878.21 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental . . 


5,789.27 


Miscellaneous construction expense . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


7,528.91 


1,467.90 


Old plant 




55,445.72 














Total plant 


581,134.60 

13,405.01 
73,000.00 
14,423.55 
12,568.62 


846,090.57 

1,313.78 

165,000.00 

11,960.13 

20,812.60 


564,706.73 

35,226.98 
95,000.00 
10.007.74 


73,735.31 


Bank and cash balance 


3,184.21 


Securities and investments 


3,100.00 


Accounts receivable 


1,981.47 


Inventories 


1,737.46 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . . 


540,533.53 


682,950.62 
538.00 


208,189.36 
56.69 


66,210.21 








Total assets 


1,235,065.31 


1,728,665.70 



913,187.50 


149,948.66 


Deficit 














Total 


1,235,065.31 


1,728,665.70 


913,187.50 


149,948.66 






Liabilities 

E^benture balance 




6,179.96 
15,156.03 

3,117.19 
16,785.61 


52,380.13 
11,847.15 


10,000.00 


Accounts payable ... 


1,049.70 


86.52 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


17,096.25 


51,475.57 


440.34 






Total liabilities 


18,145.95 


41,238.79 


115,702.85 


10,526.86 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


540,533.53 

209,672.91 

473.37 


682,950.62 

232,199.95 

10,486.53 


208,189.36 

165,008.73 

17,668.15 


66,210.21 

23,314.45 

256.65 


Other reserves 


Total reserves .... 


750,679.81 


925,637.10 


390,866.24 


89,781.31 




Surplus 

Debentures paid .... 


138,944.07 


331,820.04 


238,188.14 


25,000.00 


Local sinkin? fund 


Operating surplus 


327,295.48 


429,969.77 


168,430.27 


24,640.49 


Total surplus 


466,239.55 


761,789.81 


406,618.41 


49,640.49 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


1,235,065.31 


1,728,665.70 


913,187.50 


149,948.66 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . 


2.1 


3.2 


16.4 


12.6 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Simcoe 
5,955 


Smithville 
P.V. 


Springfield 
417 


Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,219 


Stratford 
16,880 


Strathroy 
2,873 


$ c. 
10,701.89 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,572.14 

38,143.09 

162,560.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 

141,455.78 

183,275.75 

158,639.67 

22,971.15 

106,728.03 

89,478.92 

25,809.76 


$ c. 
9,373.61 


41,527 90 








23,640.34 


59,837.62 
1,412 24 


10,889.94 


10,204.76 


14,143.24 


50,435.89 


43,903.82 

37,477.75 

8,355.38 

3,500.00 


4,118.05 
4,285.39 
1,630.00 


3,003.15 

2,348.18 

609.47 


62,480.76 
48,441.69 
10,767.11 


5,656.84 
5,621.98 
1,613.55 


25,821.55 

17,658.55 

6,238.53 


7,034.54 


247.92 


685.08 


13,249.54 



561.06 


30,632.61 
31,520.00 


6,019.34 


927.92 


1,878.98 




13,743.66 




12,343.15 




" 








214,679.06 

9,516.75 
40,000.00 


23,050.28 

3,360.11 

4,000.00 

5.02 


16,850.64 

1,282.70 

3,000.00 

211.79 


356,958.96 
20,216.13 


27,596.67 

3,209.25 

14,000.00 

49.04 


790,511.67 

20,335.62 

125,000.00 

13,629.50 

14,230.28 

67,393.45 

649,469.98 

666.00 


151,530.96 

4,582.71 
23,000.00 


788.64 
5,761 27 


15,479.81 
5,411.35 


936.77 
2,117 07 












119,329.84 


496.72 


9,922.74 


107,222.49 
409.00 


18,438.01 


96,725.05 
6.87 












390,075.56 


30,912.13 


31,267.87 


505,697.74 


63,292.97 


1,681,236.50 


278,899.43 
















390,075.56 


30,912.13 


31,267.87 


505,697.74 


63,292.97 


1.681,236.50 


278,899.43 


20,364.19 


7,055.74 
56.79 


1,607.86 


62,728.70 
516.63 




100,000.00 
1,234.01 


17,431.19 


256.26 


114.24 


167.66 








4,310.56 


75.00 


30.00 


7,376.47 


400.60 


5,439.06 


1,136.49 


24,931.01 


7,187.53 


1,637.86 


70,621.80 


514.84 


106,673.07 


18,735.34 


119,329.84 
36.815.93 
17,500 00 


496.72 
6,079.91 


9.922.74 
2,998.46 


107,222.49 
78,367.08 
14,412.03 


18,438.01 

5,048.26 

49.15 


649,469.98 

367,223.57 

12,111.74 


96,725.0b 

47,765. 4u 

1 081 77 










173,645.77 


6,576.63 


12,921.20 


200,001.60 


23,535.42 


1,028,805.29 


145,572.27 


55,070.71 


7,944.26 


7,892.14 


177,549.47. 


14,673.90 


355,800.00 

67,393.45 

122,564.69 


48,800.81 


136,428,07 


9,203.71 


8,816.67 


57,524.87 


24,568.81 


65,791.01 


191,498.78 


17,147.97 


16,708.81 


235,074.34 


39,242.71 


545,758.14 


114,591.82 


390,075.56 


30,912.13 


31,267.87 


505,697.74 


63,292.97 


1,681,236.50 


278,899.43 


8.0 


23.6 


7.7 


17.7 


1.1 


4.1 


10.3 



218 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments ofj 


NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Streets- 
ville 
708 


Sutton 
909 


Swansea 
6,872 


Tavistock 
1,092 


Tecumseh 
2,570 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 
8,483.49 
1,172.04 
9,623.12 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3,640.33 


$ c. 
1,232.16 






Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


22,062.62 


79,212.40 


13,800.27 


38,512.86 


Line transformers 


7,165.49 
4,120.83 
1,619.31 


8,704.56 
7,275.90 
1,932.90 


51,680.67 
37,136.29 
10,847.50 


10,040.17 
6,543.64 
1,152.93 


11,545.42 
13,334.80 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,760.95 
2,161.51 


934.85 
10,641.55 


1,629.91 


5,210.23 


1,085.91 


Old plant 


675.00 


















Total plant 


43,760.68 

1,690.24 
3,500.00 
2,559.22 


42,280.89 

358.11 
8,000.00 
2,662.75 


184,087.09 

10,233.66 

25,000.00 

2,145.75 


36,263.25 

1,001.75 

5,000.00 

119.11 

609.45 


71,547.70 

2,707.48 
7,000.00 
1,248.32 


Bank and cash balance . . 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories 


Sinkinc^ fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,051.09 


18,203.19 


91,929.35 
38.14 


49,431.52 


28,478.38 












Total assets 


54,561.23 


71,504.94 


313,433.99 


92,425.08 


110,981.88 


Deficit 














Total 


54,561.23 


71,504.94 


313,433.99 


92,425.08 


110,981.88 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


9,956.97 
100.65 


1,300.18 
222.17 


61,332.15 
1,266.59 


1,384.10 
325.35 




Accounts payable 


1,026.69 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 


243.87 




5,616.61 




5,681.84 






Total liabilities 


10,301.49 


1,522.35 


68,215.35 


1,709.45 


6,708.53 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,051.09 
6,585.21 
1,500.00 


18,203.19 

12,292.65 

1,625.00 


91,929.35 

56,653.18 

350.00 


49,431.52 
14,754.22 


28,478.38 

18,501.89 

3,073.45 


Other reserves 






Total reserves 


11,136.30 


32,120.84 


148,932.53 


64,185.74 


50,053.72 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,588.11 


24,699.82 


41,334.81 


4,615.90 


26,000.00 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


25,535.33 


13,161.93 


54,951.30 


21,913.99 


28,219.63 


Total surplus 


33,123.44 


37,861.75 


96,286.11 


26,529.89 


54,219.63 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


54,561.23 


71,504.94 


313,433.99 


92,425.08 


110,981.88 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


32.7 


2.9 


30.8 


4.0 


2.5 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 219 

''A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Thamesford 
P.V. 


Thamesville 
792 


Thedford 
566 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 

5,284 


Tilbury 
1,965 


Tillsonburg 
3,981 


$ c. 


$ c. 
681.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,837.37 


$ c. 
11,712.47 


$ c. 
4,824.27 








21,899.54 


7,837.02 


13,348.51 


9,961.69 


3,836.96 


43,111.30 


17,614.31 


50,843.58 


3,845.07 

3,351.45 

298.97 


5,4i2.i6 
4,692.93 
2,267.33 


3,798.95 

2,927.50 

903.22 


2,045.45 

1,942.10 

181.19 


23,786.58 
24,112.18 

3,244.74 


14,850.39 
8,291.50 
1,080.92 


24,723.56 
23,352.53 
12,364.89 


517.01 


454.59 


1,530.81 


310.45 


4,407.03 

13,313.74 

3,800.00 


1,781.51 


2,493.25 




4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 










15,849.52 

65.09 

6,000.00 

5.10 


31,302.83 

1.568.34 

11,500.00 

230.68 


19,555.95 

2,386.87 

8,500.00 

86.56 


8,316.15 

1,141.64 

2,100.00 

429.81 


126,612.94 

7,860.34 

60,000.00 

496.79 

3,340.28 


58,380.57 

2,317.16 

8,000.00 

455.81 

20.31 


140,501.62 

10,546.81 

11,500.00 

466.70 

2,696.84 












18,616.75 


19,067.52 


10,393.67 


9,226.26 


111,483.53 
81.54 


51,257.68 

.48 


96,353.31 












40,536.46 


63,669.37 


40,923.05 


21,213.86 


309,875.42 


120,432.01 


262,065.28 
















40.536.46 


63,669.37 


40,923.05 


21,213.86 


309,875.42 


120,432.01 


262,065.28 


234.55 






425.09 
29.79 




1,331.95 
117.40 


9,314.92 


144.98 


571.05 


305.42 


3,989.38 


.81 


89.00 


351.00 


11.39 


58.57 


2,523.00 


18.25 


4,213.20 


468.53 


922.05 


316.81 


513.45 


6,512.38 


1,467.60 


13,528.93 


18,616.75 
6,410.52 


19,067.52 

11,723.22 

167.29 


10,393.67 
5,913.23 


9,226.26 

4,967.84 
222.88 


111,483.53 

43,677.42 


51,257.68 

19,240.81 

141.11 


96,353.31 

34,611.41 

2,849.70 










25,027.27 


30,958.03 


16,306.90 


14,416.98 


155,160.95 


70,639.60 


133,814.42 


5,123.48 


11,187.80 


16,500.00 


2,661.39 


5,000.00 


12,668.05 


36,685.08 


9,917.18 


20,661.49 


7,799.34 


3,622.04 


143,202.09 


35,656.76 


78,036.85 


15,040.66 


31,789.29 


24,299.34 


6,283.43 


148,202.09 


48,324.81 


114,721.93 


40,536.46 


63,669.37 


40,923.05 


21,213.86 


309,875.42 


120,432.01 


262,065.28 


2.1 


2.1 


1.0 


4.0 


3.3 


2.1 


8.2 



220 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets 


STATEMENT 
of Electrical Departments of 


NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Toronto 
655,751 


Toronto 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
V.A. No. 1 


Trafalgar i 

Twp. 
V.A. No. 2 


Population 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
5,555,444.50 
14,991,542.64 
6,923,294.81 
4,170,988.03 
3,608,085.66 
3,099,326.94 
471,578.00 


$ c. 
7,919.62 


$ c. 
156.34 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. . 


215,087.95 


24,215.38 


12,474.96 


Line transformers 


83,286.31 

49,784.91 

5,616.75 


11,407.32 
6,093.17 


2,787.64 
1,739.86 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular 


Street light equipment, ornamental 






Miscellaneous construction expense . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,348,759.69 


3,426.43 


1,543.71 


325.54 


Old plant 




6i9.65 














Total plant 


41,169,020.27 

472,199.98 

5,465,400.47 

1,898,048.15 

854,964.24 

3,771,101.25 

20,521,051.81 

15,479.48 


365,741.62 

5,826.89 

22,000.00 

6.86 

39.50 


43,415.92 

218.08 

7,000.00 

5.20 


17,328.00 

1.203.88 

6,000.00 

63.28 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


124,410.47 


6,076.34 


2,025.48 










Total assets 


74,167,265.65 


518,025.34 


56,715.54 


26,620.64 


Deficit 












Total 


74,167,265.65 


518,025.34 


56,715.54 


26,620.64 




Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


9,965,706.67 
1,076,353.44 


13,251.78 
1,757.43 


1,586.33 
508.59 


7,133.20 
31.64 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities .... 


151,808.03 


4,206.42 












Total liabilities 


11,193,868.14 


19,215.63 


2,094.92 


7,164.84 




Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


20,521,051.81 

11,514,615.80 

1,808,194.07 


124,410.47 

160,627.53 

2,573.15 


6,076.34 
21,678.03 


2.025.48 
4,255.93 


Other reserves 








Total reserves 


33,843,861.68 


287,611.15 


27,754.37 


6,281.41 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


20,508.377.13 
3,771,101.25 
4,850,057.45 


90,748.22 


17,840.08 


2,327.95 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus .... 


120,450.34 


9,026.17 


10,846.44 




Total surplus . . . 


29,129,535.83 


211,198.56 


26,866.25 


13,174.39 
26,620.64 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


74,167,265.65 


518,025.34 


56,715.54 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . 


14.9 


4.9 


4.1 


29.1 













1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



**A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Wallaceburg 
4,976 


Wardsville 
205 


Waterdown 
841 


Waterford 
1,261 


Waterloo 
8,885 


Watford 
1,054 


Welland 
12,838 


$ c. 
45,508.56 
11,425.11 
64,169.52 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


$■ c. 
1,323.44 


$ c. 
15,166.17 
79,251.93 
98,239.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 
77,006.74 






112,248.13 


5,313.56 


16,588.66 


16,650.30 


17,905.79 


162,555.09 
8,044.90 


'" 44,244. 9i 
25,231.99 
11,711.74 


1,619.80 

1,375.01 

662.94 


7,926.48 
6,324.01 
1,104.66 


9,116.84 
7,196.95 
3,231.62 


59,653.90 

44,842.56 

14,318.75 

3,106.80 

6,101.25 


8,221.62 
6,252.46 
2,757.32 


118,451.32 

80,268.63 

9,611.24 

39,049.25 


4,193.37 


488.73 


22.49 


858.06 


1,973.94 


11,172.29 


20,941.07 


i93.94 






23,880.17 




49,476.19 










227,426.27 

5,530.03 
37,000.00 

4,204.65 
10,671.13 


9,653.98 

740.62 
2,500.00 

874.23 


32,166.30 

5,610.70 

5,000.00 

772.20 


38,377.21 

2,590.48 

7,300.00 

53.80 

154.86 


344,561.30 

10,523.10 

65,000.00 

1,546.72 

1,503.35 


37,111.13 

2,193.97 

7,800.00 

437.13 

371.58 


667,883.78 

49,771.31 

100,079.67 

1,617.18 

17,777.43 






*81,008.75 


204,765.39 


4,002.18 


24,228.19 


35,018.97 


286,368.44 


25,887.61 
7.45 


341,621.19 
59.87 














489,597.47 


17,771.01 


67,777.39 


83,495.32 


709,502.91 


73,808.87 


1,259,819.18 


* * 














489,597.47 


17,771.01 


67,777.39 


83,495.32 


709,502.91 


73,808.87 


1,259,819.18 


12,594.10 
220.03 












101,587.41 




39.93 


95.63 


15.00 


159.41 


" 728.50 






2,827.05 




125.00 




3,106.80 


278.20 


51,276 63 








15,641.18 




164.93 


95.63 


3,121.80 


437.61 


153,592.54 






204,765.39 

64,477.70 

5,511 14 


4,002.18 

4,139.40 

25.22 


24,228.19 
9,423.12 


35,018.97 
14,933.47 


286,368.44 

166,401.67 

735.26 


25,887.61 

12,564.05 

110.85 


341,621.19 

188,832.41 

3 779 56 










274,754.23 


8,166.80 


33,651.31 


49,952.44 


453,505.37 


38,562.51 


534,233.16 


58,942.48 


7,562.40 


8,000.00 


7.745.53 


106,000.00 


9,055.77 


173,412.59 
81,008 75 


140,259.58 


2,041.81 


25,961.15 


25,701.72 


146,875.74 


25,752.98 


317,572.14 


199,202.06 


9,604.21 


33,961.15 


33,447.25 


252,875.74 


34,808.75 


571,993.48 


489,597.47 


17,771.01 


67,777.39 


83,495.32 


709,502.91 


73,808.87 


1,259,819.18 


5.5 


0.0 


0.4 


0.2 


0.0 


0.9 


4.2 


♦Interest 


improvement 


for years 1938 


r-42 inclusive 


not included 







222 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 






Municipality 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West 

Lome 

790 


Weston 

5,784 


Wheatley 
758 


Windsor 
107,424 


Population 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,903.31 
72,093.84 
68,492.06 


$ c. 
52.50 


$ c 

572,092.0] 

1,282,385. 2c 

1,358,373.2^ 

192,545. H 

600,168.6^ 

560,233.4^ 

94,027.2^ 

1,021,495.3- 

192,457. 0< 


Substation equipment. . 






Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


7,751.17 


12,788.51 


17,121.69 


Line transformers 


3,035.44 

2,978.40 

545.11 


6,678.28 

4,185.21 

881.46 


57,330.66 
32,517.88 
29,548.13 


4,445.03 
4,617.23 
1,918.67 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


298.13 


445.25 


6,930.77 


703.15 


Old olant 








2,569.50 


166,440. 6( 










Total plant 


14,608.25 

165.11 
5,500.00 

.24 


24,978.71 

838.72 

5,500.00 

14.40 

109.28 


278,816.65 
75.00 


31,427.77 

1,483.35 

12,500.00 

345.58 

35.92 


6,040,218. 2 < 

45,448.7^ 

1,036,952.1' 

151,624.3^ 

199,443.4^ 

66,717. 4( 

3,302,638.9] 

33,000. 0( 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable 


762.84 
528.36 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


17,522.43 


26,930.89 
73.43 


258,313.60 
545.27 


14,958.78 








Total assets 


37,796.03 


58,445.43 


539,041.72 


60,751.40 


10,876,043. 3i 


Deficit 














Total 


37,796.03 


58,445.43 


539,041.72 


60,751.40 


10,876,043.3.^ 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 






3,862.49 

10.415.16 

5,748.08 

3,145.27 


1,031.12 
130.28 


484,220. 8( 
116,471. 7( 


Accounts payable 


32.27 


123.91 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 




125.82 




1,161,407. li 








Total liabilities 


32.27 


249.73 


23,171.00 


1,161.40 


1,762,099.7: 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


17,522.43 
4,519.48 


26,930.89 

10,833.02 

65.12 


258,313.60 

48,259.37 

480.52 


14,958.78 

8,684.98 

30.23 


3,302,638.9: 

1,460,256. 7( 

506,087.1' 


Other reserves 






Total reserves 


22,041.91 


37,829.03 


307,053.49 


23,673.99 


5,268,982.7^ 


Surplus 
Debentures paid 


7,500.00 


8.000.00 


66,169.95 


11,968.88 


2,099,611. 2i 

66,717. 4( 

1,678,632.21 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus .... 


8,221.85 


12,366.67 


142,647.28 


23,947.13 




Total surplus . . . 


15,721.85 


20,366.67 


208,817.23 


35,916.01 


3,844,960. 8( 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


37,796.03 


58,445.43 


539,041.72 


60,751.40 


10,876,043.3.^ 


Percentage of net debt^to total assets 


0.2 


0.8 


8.3 


2.5 


10.4 



1 943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

''A'* — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



223 





Woodbridge 
1,032 


Woodstock 
12,125 


Wyoming 
554 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 

40,896.99 

131,489.18 

135,498.68 


$ c. 
50.00 


$ c. 

75,231.47 

6,245.09 

783,348.32 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,587,642.61 






23,007,382.84 


19,274.35 


10,691.89 


7,373.89 


19,719,520.43 
5,862,256.92 


6,174.26 

6,135.82 

624.03 


72,650.39 
66,074.42 
22,745.24 


1,508.00 

3,148.86 

548.49 


337,553.61 

336,729.05 

56,815.65 


2,844.27 

3,003.93 

471.82 


10,142,626.28 
8,684,535.15 
2,007,740.12 
1,543,717.00 


1,180.85 


8,049.17 


886.52 


54,473.15 


434.77 


3,551,096.80 
55,475 29 










150.00 


737,417.83 












33,389.31 

3,384.64 

4,000.00 

195.99 


477,404.07 

13,303.08 

84,000.00 

2,094.76 

346.93 


16,833.76 

559.52 

1,000.00 

15.86 


1,650,396.34 

81,933.63 

110,000.00 

65,675.54 

40,116.42 


14,278.68 

588.10 
7,500.00 


84,899,411.27 

1,774,252.84 
9,629,206.54 
3,165,138 34 




1,730,687.87 








4,535,267 17 


34,337.80 


438,501.29 

547.74 


8,933.01 
1.80 


778,345.53 


14,297.53 


49,494,317.80 
174,580 29 










75,307.74 


1,016,197.87 


27,343.95 


■ 2,726,467.46 


36,664.31 


155,402,862.12 
435 41 














75,307.74 


1,016,197.87 


27,343.95 


2,726,467.46 


36,664.31 


155,403,297.53 


1,577.85 
956.73 






114,453.63 
54,370.93 


1,668.51 
76.63 


14,066,776.84 


1,000.62 


29.07 


2,101,494.06 
48,301 54 


486.00 


8,961.45 


82.50 


29,016.86 


10.00 


2,531.836.19 


3,020.58 


9,962.07 


111.57 


197,841.42 


1,755.14 


18,748,408.63 


34,337.80 

11343.59 

1,500.00 


438,501.29 

218,234.09 

21,195.35 


8,933.01 
5,613.30 


778,345.53 

678,173.25 

14,054.47 


14,297.53 
7,361.66 


49,494,317.80 

24,299,328.96 

3,812,005 10 








47,181.39 


677,930.73 


14,546.31 


1,470,573.25 


21,659.19 


77,605,651.86 


1 6,922.12 


127,385.63 


9,700.00 


374,921.02 


3,923.10 


35,747,858.33 
4,535,267 17 


? 18,183.65 


200,919.44 


2,986.07 


683,131.77 


9,326.88 


18,766,111.54 


25,105.77 


328,305.07 


12,686.07 


1,058,052.79 


13,249.98 


59,049,237.04 


75,307.74 


1,016,197.87 


27,343.95 


2,726,467.46 


36,664.31 


155,403,297.53 


7.4 


1.7 


0.6 


10.1 


7.8 


12.7 



224 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments of 


GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 


Alliston 
1,590 


Arthur 
1,043 


Rarrie 
9,994 


Beaverton 
904 


Beeton 
634 


Population ... 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,550.75 
18,884.56 
71,688.07 
66,437.67 
47,364.06 
54,405.86 
13,459.34 


$ c. 
499.50 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


675.73 
29,161.4b 




428.50 
11,896.38 


Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


18,336.15 


25,310.89 


Line transformers 


8,336.02 
8,440.43 
1,567.17 


4,739.78 

4,817.21 

796.21 


8,962.64 
7,240.25 
1,316.79 


2,985.94 
2,415.15 
1,169.54 


Meters. . . 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,536.03 


305.23 


3,849.38 


2,312.22 


1,542.71 


Old plant 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 




3,772.42 










Total plant 


58,563.33 

2,058.42 

11,500.00 

302.14 

44.31 


30,081.20 

357.92 

2,000.00 

49.17 


292,639.69 
4,638.45 


49,414.71 

856.96 

7,000.00 

199.79 


20,438.22 

1,905.24 

4,500.00 

210.58 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable 


2,204.20 
4,457.40 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


25,744.34 


21,304.93 
385.00 


168,477.62 
12,222.53 


22,517.83 


17,009.88 
65.46 








Total assets 


98,212.54 


54,178.22 
12,820.07 


484,639.89 


79,989.29 


44,129.38 


Deficit 












Total 


98,2lli.o4 


66,998.29 


484,639.89 


79,989.29 


44,129.J« 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance . ... 


10,183.30 
89.32 


8,910.26 
503.42 


7,174.13 
1,831.39 


619.54 
169.70 


4,952.72 
54.62 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 


268.50 


385.00 


4,786.47 


534.54 


65.46 




Total liabilities . 


10,541.12 


9,798.68 


13,791.99 


1,323.78 


5.072.81 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation . 


25,744.34 

21,573.50 

2,075.46 


21,304.93 
19,804.94 


168,477.62 

116,430.24 

3,400.00 


22,517.83 

18,108.24 

400.00 


17,009.8^ 

11,173.2^ 

100. 0( 


Other reserves 






Total reserves 


49,393.30 


41,109.87 


288,307.86 


41,026.07 


28,283.1c 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


29,816.70 


16,089.74 


58,191.55 


14,380.46 


10,047.2^ 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


8,461.42 




124,348.49 


23,258.98 


726. K 






Total surplus 


38,278.12 


16,089.74 


182,540.04 


37,639.44 


10,773.4^ 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


98,212.54 


66,998.29 


484,639.89 


79,989.29 


44,129. 3{ 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


14.5 


29.8 


4.4 


2.3 


18.7 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



**A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Bradford 

947 


Brechin 
RV. 


Cannington 
762 


Chatsworth 
325 


Chesley 
1,771 


Coldwater 
563 


Collingwood 
5,808 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ _c. 


$ c. 
364.89 


$ c. 

6,000.00 

2.305.58 

22,424.60 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c. 
15,950.08 


388.50 






17,207.98 


20,973.04 


2,135.59 


11,958.66 


5,303.95 


9,482.65 


57,471.24 


5,221.05 

6,218.72 

544.95 


1,395.73 

889.42 
248.55 


5,821.36 

5,026.49 

988.37 


2,309.52 

1,831.79 

529.17 


9,078.66 
7,350.03 
2,506.98 


3,726.86 

3,271.91 

775.02 


21,569.12 

27,508.87 

3,200.68 


2,370.17 


546.92 


614.48 


475.50 


4,255. 6i 


240.36 


1,678.05 






3,609.37 






















35,716.43 

1,154.52 

10,000.00 

294.06 


5,216.21 

1,217.30 
500.00 
114.57 


28,018.73 

2,775.51 

2,000.00 

123 32 

221.25 


10,814.82 

1,012.99 

1,500.00 

114.32 


53,921.46 

15.00 

5,000.00 

61.24 

361.05 


17,771.80 

1,047.47 

4,000.00 

965.87 


144,586.02 

4,585.20 

14,000.00 

386.50 












19,933.62 
50.94 


8,345.15 


16,994.89 


4,918.39 


39,811.99 


16,359.38 


149,363.32 
















67,149.57 


15,393.23 


50,133.70 


18,360.52 


99,170.74 


40,144.52 


312,921.04 
















67,149.57 


15,393.23 


50,133.70 


18,360.52 


99,170.74 


40,144.52 


312,921.04 


7,927.11 


985.16 
54.20 


1,524.58 
152.93 






456.41 
65.73 




530.37 


80.10 


6,016.16 
488.80 


381.24 


305.46 


25.85 


64.00 


144.36 


239.37 


2,899.35 








8,762.94 


1,065.21 


1,741.51 


224.46 


6,504.96 


761.51 


3,280.59 


19,933.62 

15,078.41 

29.88 


8,345.15 

2,219.59 

47.11 


16,994.89 

13,553.35 

564.05 


4,918.39 
4,163.07 


39,811.99 
17,530.09 


16,359.38 

11,418.32 

80.00 


149,363.32 

71,773.07 

158.38 










35,041.91 


10,611.85 


31,112.29 


9,081.46 


57,342.08 


27,857.70 


221,294.77 


17,272.89 


2,225.76 


13,475.42 


5,400.00 


27,500.00 


6,543.59 


38,183 42 


6,071.83 


1,490.41 


3,804.48 


3,654.60 


7,823.70 


4,981.72 


50,162.26 


23,344.72 


3,716.17 


17,279.90 


9,054.60 


35,323.70 


11,525.31 


88,345.68 


67,149.57 


15,393.23 


50,133.70 


18,360.52 


99,170.74 


40,144.52 


312,921.04 


^ 18.6 


15.1 


5.3 


1.6 


10.9 


3.2 


2.0 



8— H.E. 



226 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


Creemore 
666 


Dundalk 
688 


Durham 
1,959 




Population 


P V 






Assets 
Lands and buildings . .... 


$ c. 

70.00 

392.95 

9,874.23 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

210.28 

546.02 

23,088.48 


$ c. 
106 25 


Substation equipment . 






2 273 07 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


7,669.57 


8,662.36 


9,788.13 


Line transformers 


2,685.85 

2,618.15 

919.69 


3,676.20 

3,262.37 

358.56 


4,245.50 
3,380.88 
1,203.31 


9,419.39 
7,983.16 
1,545.06 


3,821 64 


Meters 


4,386 59 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


447.17 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,535.10 


66.22 


256.88 


1,776.88 


530.38 


Old plant 








2,091.39 














Total plant 


18,095.97 

2,978.19 
7,000.00 

454.45 


15,032.92 

61.15 

5,000.00 

178.98 


17,748.93 

1,740.72 

4,000.00 

116.15 


46,660.66 

13.35 

9,000.00 

640.71 

648.02 


21,353.23 


Bank and cash balance 


2,561 55 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable. . . 


6,700.00 
45.18 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


5,921.08 


13,091.28 


13,953.40 


34,044.78 
2.95 


16,472.46 












Total assets .... 


34,449.69 


33,364.33 


37,559.20 


91,010.47 


47,132.42 


Deficit 
















Total. . 


34,449.69 


33,364.33 


37,559.20 


91,010.47 


47,132 42 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,021.95 
916.45 










Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft. 


191.73 


48.56 


27.25 


78.53 


Other liabilities 


115.00 


279.00 






8.00 










Total liabilities . 


4,053.40 


470.73 


48.56 


27.25 


86.53 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves . 


5,921.08 
9,033.01 


13,091.28 

6,346.50 

50.00 


13,953.40 
7,977.51 


34,044.78 
17,781.45 


16.472.46 

10,727.97 

8.87 












Total reserves 


14,954.09 


19,487.78 


21,930.91 


51,826.23 


27,209.30 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,478.05 


2,823.61 


5,955.96 


25,800.00 


7,000.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


4,964.15 


10,582.21 


9,623.77 


13,356.99 


12,836.59 






Total surplus 


15,442.20 


13,405.82 


15,579.73 


39,156.99 


19,836.59 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


34,449.69 


33,364.33 


37,559.20 


91,010.47 


47,132.42 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


14.2 


2.3 


0.2 


0.0 


0.3 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 





Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
458 


Grand 

Valley 

692 


Graven- 
hurst 
2,303 


Hanover 
3,318 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,909 


$ c. 


$ c. 
408.78 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
10,072.27 
10,936.03 
39,986.66 

1,941.77 
15,944.39 
13.424.87 

4,472.25 


$ c. 

3,894.32 

9,271.19 

51,558.35 


$ c. 


$ c. 
353 . 52 






647 30 


5,194.07 


6,017.57 


12,359.60 


2,276.12 


22,513.99 


1,100.67 

1,3«1.54 

372.71 


2,838.59 

2,463.21 

814.94 


3,819.98 
3,748.90 
1,051.12 


21,886.66 

18,318.96 

2,350.30 


1,176.04 
813.31 
170.44 


14,391.34 

14,117.49 

7,519.69 


1,093.62 


1,028.41 


284.72 


2.578.77 


6,563.84 


188.31 


1,379.80 








18,130.29 


2,370.91 




5,156.20 












9,142.61 

1,147.84 

3,500.00 

271.16 


13,571.50 

1,357.79 

7,000.00 

2.40 


21,300.82 

2,455.52 

6,634.74 

99.57 


117,487.30 

5,390.57 

1,000.00 

99.63 

1.102.83 


116,214.53 

9,252.38 

37.401.49 

659.39 

111.74 


4,624.22 

434.09 
3,000.00 

7.78 


66,079.33 

687.15 
8,000.00 
1,355.73 
4,119.50 












4,549.22 


7,224.64 


13,235.63 


32.285.26 


89,442.76 


2,945.70 


65,212.35 
















18.610.83 


29,156.33 


43,726.28 


157,365.59 


253,082.29 


11,011.79 


145,454.06 






' 










18,610.83 


29,156.33 


43,726.28 


157,365.59 


253,082.29 


11,011.79 


145,545.06 




974.32 
30.37 












207.10 


53.95 


2,560.54 


80.58 


2.67 


346.92 




48.00 




927.50 


874.12 




1,040 61 










207.10 


1,052.69 


53.95 


3,488.04 


954.70 


2.67 


1,387.53 


4,549.22 
3,691.90 


7,224.64 
5,353.18 


13,235.63 

10,675.09 

1,000.00 


32,285.26 

32,563.67 

2,672.91 


89,442.76 

67,331.80 

1,500.00 


2,945.70 
2,126.15 


65,212.35 

16,867.11 

400 00 










8,241.12 


12,577.82 


24,910.72 


67,521.84 


158,274.56 


5,071.85 


82,479.46 


7,200.00 


5,725.68 


11,000.00 


63,968.41 


87,500.00 


2.762.05 


21,133.54 


2,962.61 


9,800.14 


7.761.61 


22,387.30 


6,353.03 


3.175.22 


40.453.53 


10,162.61 


15,525.82 


18,761.61 


86,355.71 


93,853.03 


5,937.27 


61,587.07 


18,610.83 


29,156.33 


43,726.28 


157,365.59 


253.082.29 


11,011.79 


145.454.06 


1.5 


4.8 


0.2 


2.8 


0.6 


0.0 


1.7 



228 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 


GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Kin- 
cardine 
2,254 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
964 


Markdale 
781 


Meaford 
2,676 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

6,531.80 

2,794.20 

44,287.43 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

1,144.18 

3,849.47 

33.575.74 


Substation equipment 






780.80 
11,462.81 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


5,179.43 


21,066.16 


Line transformers .... 


13,707.38 

12,863.05 

6,076.00 


757.90 
814.97 
379.00 


8,367.76 
5,520.12 
1,509.55 


5,750.80 
4,488.44 
1,390.15 


9,679.74 

10,426.85 

3,590.08 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


4,993.88 


234.11 


2,292.68 


629.06 


2,385.27 


Old plant 








2,080.65 


3,452.38 










Total plant 


91,253.74 

3,874.03 

15,000.00 

217.70 

1,811.12 


7,365.41 

470.35 

1,200.00 

29.46 


38,756.27 

3,589.86 

2,000.00 

514.97 


26,582.71 

3,752.83 

5,655.13 

162.52 


68,103.71 

458.56 

13,000.00 

86.49 

24.25 


Bank and cash balance . 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures . . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


46,728.60 


3,496.91 


21,536.33 


11,293.30 


33,062.29 
11.20 












Total assets .... 


158,885.19 


12,562.13 

1,347.48 


66,397.43 


47,446.49 


114,746.50 


Deficit . 












Total 


158,885.19 


13,909.61 


66,397.43 


47,446.49 


114,746.50 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 








1,748.34 
653.84 


4,155.60 
614.20 


Accounts payable 


185.70 


19.42 


142.34 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 


4.00 




5.00 


67.00 


1,264.46, 






Total liabilities 


189.70 


19.42 


147.34 


2,469.18 


6,034.26 




Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


46,728.60 
36,731.90 

1,878.44 


3,496.91 

4,193.28 

200.00 


21,536.33 

11,176.85 

1,350.00 


11,293.30 
9,732.73 


33,062.29 

18,247.80 

44.29 


Other reserves 






Total reserves . . . 


85,338.94 


7,890.19 


34,063.18 


21,026.03 


51,354.38 




Surplus 

Debentures paid. . . . 


64,200.00 


6,000.00 


19,713.16 


7,251.66 


45,204.60 


I ocal sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


9,156.55 




12,473.75 


"16,699:62 


12,153.26 






Total surplus 


73,356.55 


6,000.00 


32,186.91 


23,951.28 


57,357.86 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. 


158,885.19 


13,909.61 


66,397.43 


47,446.49 


114,746.50 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


0.2 


0.2 


0.3 


6.8 


7.4 












\ 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



*' A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Midland 
6.475 


Mildmay 
779 


Mount 
Forest 
1,936 


Neustadt 
414 


Orange- 
ville 
2,552 


Owen 
Sound 
13,503 


Paisley 
715 


$ c. 
19,983.57 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,725.00 

686.75 

23,224.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

37,179.23 


$ c. 

28,270.25 

18,093.04 

121,187.93 


$ c. 


85,315.20 






1,923.46 


98,827.54 


6,264.62 


10,561.42 


12,516.87 


29,764.36 
41,312.86 
19,322.71 


2,142.31 

3,117.17 

577.24 


7,865.96 
8,785.87 
2,397.89 


4,035.81 

2,599.45 

496.41 


11,225.87 

14,301.20 

7,532.55 


65,773.39 
66,961.42 
31.097.62 


2,289.25 
3,430.20 
1,045.51 


2,931.77 


1,020.66 


2,004.63 


1,504.28 


6,458.50 


2,083.00 
26,982.00 


651.65 




849.00 


3.810.95 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


1,745 00 








297,458.01 

75.00 

45,500.00 

6,728.90 


13,971.00 

1,049.25 
5,500.00 


52,502.03 

3,969.87 

4,000.00 

142.09 

64.21 


20,294.97 

2,007.60 

7,500.00 

64.49 


83,656.41 

373.45 

15.000.00 

325.59 

354.68 


360,448.65 

120.00 

5,000.00 

3,568.50 

10,535.37 


23,601.94 

695.96 

4,000.00 

38.28 


2,291.57 














238,557.82 
387.02 


3,619.85 


35.992.81 


6,968.24 


48,789.66 
20.87 


231,367.11 
20.80 


12,073.69 












590,998.32 


24,140.10 


96.671.01 


36,835.30 


148,520.66 


611,060.43 


40,409.87 
















590,998.32 


24,140.10 


96,671.01 


36,835.30 


148,520.66 


661,060.43 


40,409.87 




7,597.19 
48.39 


4,019.04 
1.500.00 








1,269.10 


829.17 
7,765.63 


32.17 


97.80 


1,375.55 
5.195.81 
7,170.54 


52.31 


1,172.81 


23.00 


295.00 


375.00 


53.00 


58.26 


9,767.61 


7,668.58 


5,814.04 


407.17 


150.80 


13,741.90 


1,379.67 


238,557.82 

204,540.81 

1,467.45 


3,619.85 
2,619.00 


35,992.81 
24,826.13 


6,968.24 
10,596.72 


48,789.66 
34,013.42 


231,367.11 

102,917.78 

411.58 


12,073.69 
6,609.06 














444,566.08 


6,238.85 


60,818.94 


17,564.96 


82,803.08 


334,696.47 


18,682.75 


111,944.99 


4,706.31 


26,939.56 


17,000.00 


35,900.00 


141,000.00 


14,730.90 


24,719.64 


5,526.36 


3.098.47 


1,863.17 


29,666.78 


121,622.06 


5,616.55 


136,664.63 


10,232.67 


30,038.03 


18,863.17 


65,566.78 


262,622.06 


20,347.45 


590,998.32 


24,140.10 


96,671.01 


36,835.30 


148,520.66 


611,060.43 


40,409.87 


2.8 


37.4 


9.6 


1.4 


0.2 


3.6 


4.9 



230 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No.2( 


Balance Sheets of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments oi 


GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEMS— Continued 










Municipality 


Penetan- 

guishene 

4,037 


Port 
Elgin 
2,061 


Port 

McNicoll 
964 


Port 
Perry 
1,230 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Population 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

2,288.05 

7.161.13 

52,453.49 


$ c. 
111.25 


$ c. 
369.08 


$ c. 


$ c 
68.0 


Substation equipment 


2,564.65 
20,012.33 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


27,375.68 


9,801.06 


5,476.2 


Line transformers 


21,928.27 

16,130.60 

3,942.13 


7,458.92 
8,056.80 
2,270.59 


1,500.23 

3,065.60 

696.26 


5,291.65 
5,009.35 
1,816.38 


929.9: 
562.0; 
256.8. 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . . . 


1,886.86 


558.64 


750.69 


235.46 


833. 9< 


Old plant 




4,213.00 


















Total plant 


105,790.53 

2,997.72 

5,718.96 

1,646.57 

104.40 


50,044.88 

2,103.63 

8,000.00 

467.97 


16,182.92 

1,301.13 

1,000.00 

104.82 


34,929.82 

409.77 

7,000.00 

122.65 


8,126.91 

600.9' 

1,000. 0( 

277.1' 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


69,047.00 


13,005.23 


6,912.07 


19,275.75 


1,047.7: 














Total assets 


185,305.18 


73,621.71 


25,500.94 


61,737.99 


11,052.81 

457.5: 


Deficit 












Total 


185,305.18 


73,621.71 


25,500.94 


61,737.99 


11,510.3! 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




21,782.00 
3,455.70 




5,856.13 
134.03 




Accounts payable 


187.01 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


806.25 


25.00 


163.40 


632.00 








Total liabilities. .. . 


993.26 


25,262.70 


163.40 


6,622.16 








Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


69,047.00 

49,167.06 

2,318.80 


13,005.23 

9,824.74 


6,912.07 
5,700.56 


19,275.75 
13,041.83 


1,047.7: 
3,462. 6( 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


120,532.86 


22,829.97 


12,612.63 


32,317.58 


4,510.3' 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


36,982.95 


20,218.00 


7,300.00 


14,025.53 


7,000. 0( 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


26,796.11 


5,311.04 


5,424.91 


8,772.72 








Total surplus 


63,779.06 


25,529.04 


12,724.91 


22,798.25 


7,000. 0( 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


185,305.18 


73,621.71 


25,500.94 


61,737.99 


11,510.3! 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.9 42.6 


0.9 


15.6 


0.0 












k 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



*'A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Ripley 
402 


Rosseau 
233 


Shelbume 
1,050 


South- 
ampton 
1,561 


Stayner 
1,150 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
490 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

800.00 

566.60 

15,434.65 


$ c. 
25.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






200.00 
16,809.99 






10,229.37 


7,857.44 


27,685.64 


4,525.87 


11,420.91 


3,888.79 

2,202.26 

844.33 


2,314.23 

1,327.86 

623.60 


7,771.53 
6,990.99 
1,104.49 


10,329.97 

10,455.08 

2,558.48 


6,966.61 
7,279.54 
1,095.02 


1,772.83 

2,316.96 

670.57 


3,358.91 
2,131.74 
2,721.65 


l,i84.7i 


1,174.82 


2,203.12 


637.77 


345.03 


159.02 


1,398.75 






739.50 


2,477.00 




2,030.00 












18,349.46 

1,297.68 

2,000.00 

113.60 


13,297.95 

1,325.46 

1,000.00 

227.91 


35,610.88 

1,806.63 

9,000.00 

132.74 

75.00 


54,168.94 

543.67 

1,000.00 

186.78 


32,696.19 

2,064.63 

3,000.00 

61.61 


11,475.25 

1,036.02 

1,500.00 

127.13 


21,031.96 

622.78 

6,500.00 

57.72 














8,536.57 


3,837.96 


20,952.35 


11,427.58 
2.21 


18,233.47 


11,118.81 


9,261.37 














30,297.31 


19,689.28 
52.31 


67,577.60 


67,329.18 


56,055.90 


25,257.21 


37,473.83 














30,297.31 


19,741.59 


67,577.60 


67,329.18 


56,055.90 


25,257.21 


37,473.83 


5,738.92 


8,938.98 
49.66 




9,903.41 
1,703.12 








.14 


82.96 


1,035.14 


388.64 


1.15 


334.83 


30.00 


118.45 


8.22 


359.00 


25.00 








6,073.89 


9,018.64 


201.41 


11,614.75 


1,394.14 


413.64 


1.15 


8,536.57 
7,243.72 


3,837.96 
2,755.23 

68.74 


20,952.35 
18,011.50 


11,427.58 
8,781.60 


18,233.47 

15,368.04 

50.00 


11,118.81 

5,989.02 

39.64 


9,261.37 
10,166.00 










15.780.29 


6,661.93 


38,963.85 


20,209.18 


33,651.51 


17,147.47 


19,427.37 


8,233.02 


4,061.02 


19,920.00 


23,096.52 


9,867.59 


6,800.00 


15,500.00 


210.11 




8,492.34 


12,408.73 


11,142.66 


896.10 


2,545.31 








8,443.13 


4,061.02 


28,412.34 


35,505.25 


21,010.25 


7,696.10 


18,045.31 


30,297.31 


19.741.59 


67,577.60 


67,329.18 


56,055.90 


25,257.21 


37,473.83 


27.9 


56.9 


0.4 


20.8 


3.7 


2.9 


0.0 



232 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIANIBAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Teeswater 
843 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Totten- 
ham 
476 


Uxbridge 
1,366 


Victoria 


Population 


Harbour 
991 






Assets 

Lands and buildings . 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

40.00 

2,657.65 

15,597.48 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


330.31 
17,809.44 




358.50 
9,127.77 




Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 
Line transformers 


6,805.06 


10,716.79 


6,290.35 
3,870.90 
1,495.82 


1,764.80 

1,009.17 

433.25 


1,697.12 

2,658.64 

496.86 


5,215.59 
5,905.25 
1,505.99 


2,333.76 


Meters 


3,966.97 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


366.32 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,820.57 


300.35 


1,322.52 


1,088.82 


738.40 


Old plant 


4,976.86 




286.45 














Total plant 


36,594.25 

881.11 

5,500.00 

58.80 


10,312.63 

1,405.12 

1,000.00 

11.98 


15,947.86 

745.56 

250.00 

98.13 


32,010.78 

2,830.51 

1,000.00 

105.27 

41.07 


18,122.24 


Bank and cash balance 


1,389.67 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


1,800.00 
129.08 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


13,443.32 


3,669.38 


11,622.15 


20,639. i7 


7,104.90 














Total assets 


56,477.48 


16,399.11 
752.83 


28,663.70 
4,241.30 


56,626.80 


28,545.89 


Deficit . . . 












Total. .' 


56,477.48 


17,151.94 


32.905.00 


56,626.80 


28,545.89 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 






3,117.31 






Accounts payable 


1.36 


29.79 


67.61 


45.83 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities . . . 


67.20 


5.00 


249.00 


435.00 








Total liabilities 


68.56 


34.79 


3,366.31 


502.61 


45.83 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


13,443.32 

11,233.36 

1,000.00 


3,669.38 

5,947.77 


11,622.15 
8,066.75 


20,639.17 
9,303.48 
1,186.77 


7,104.90 
7,399.86 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


25,676.68 


9,617.15 


19,688.90 


31,129.42 


14,504.76 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


28,000.00 


7,500.00 


9,849.79 


16,207.59 


6,500.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


2,732.24 






8,787.18 


7,495.30 










Total surplus 


30,732.24 


7,500.00 


9,849.79 


24,994.77 


13,995.30 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


56,477.48 


17,151.94 


32,905.00 


56,626.80 


28,545.89 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


0.2 0.3 


19.8 


1.4 


0.2 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 233 

**A"— Continued 
i Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Walkerton 
2,617 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 
1,704 


Winder- 
mere 
118 


Wingham 
2,061 


Woodville 

427 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

333.57 

21,927.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 

21,513.45 

4,863.91 

40,549.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
142.446.84 










197,605.65 


42,161.75 


9,937.02 


9,829.60 


3,539.72 


1.307.550.57 
68,379.44 


14,956.71 

12,950.37 

2,771.24 


2,819.84 

3,187.66 

303.35 


5,967. 6i 
7,306.22 
2,914.96 


3,492.70 

1,235.36 

247.26 


18,881.24 
16,553.13 
11.276.86 


2,167.24 

2,203.79 

521.83 


506,976.34 
506,313.48 
164,676.84 


2,622.49 


295.47 


5,611.43 


525.65 


4.654.33 
14.711.99 
12,320.02 


268. 7i 


95,816.59 
41,693.99 


4,897 60 




■2.661.79 




2,182.50 


96.428.98 










80,360.16 
7,901.31 


16,543.34 


46,263.16 

4,584.63 

16,500.00 

310.57 


15,330.57 

1.300.47 

2.000.00 

157.22 


145,324.68 
30.00 


10,883.79 

65.38 
5,000.00 
1.011.10 


3.127,888.72 
107.385.89 


3,500.00 




366.860.32 


538.56 
1,242.36 


120.68 


1,812.65 
4,350.83 


28,716.59 
31,960 96 














20,966.20 
6.86 


4,863.52 


15,552.74 
2.07 


2.655.12 


40.372.93 


10,859.35 


1.847.051.18 
13,177.91 














114,515.45 


21,527.54 


83.213.17 


21.443.38 


191,891.09 


27.819.62 


5,523,041.57 
19.671.52 
















114,515.45 


21,527.54 


83.213.17 


21,443.38 


191,891.09 


27,819.62 


5,542,713.09 


35,932.05 




23.173.55 
3,108.89 


7,271.94 
23.83 


20,589.24 

39.24 

1,172.77 

713.55 


506.78 
377.22 


208,329.06 




338.64 
75.09 


31,094 69 




14,698.10 


220.00 


194.02 




2.00 


27,886 . 58 










36,152.05 


413.73 


26,476.46 


7,295.77 


22,514.80 


886.00 


282,008.43 


20,966.20 

13,584.26 

75.63 


4,863.52 

3,557.68 

125.00 


15,552.74 
8,129.98 
1,716.66 


2.655.12 
3.648.27 


40,372.93 
37,899.03 


10,859.35 
3,359.16 
1,000.00 


1,847,051.18 

1,241,148.45 

25,419.66 










34,626.09 


8,546.20 


25,399.38 


6.303.39 


78,271.96 


15.218.51 


3,113,619.29 


27,067.95 


3,500.00 


14.226.45 


4.491.36 


75,516.26 


4,993.22 


1,355,922.54 


16,669.36 


9,067.61 


17.110.88 


3,352.86 


15.588.07 


6,721.89 


791,162.83 


43,737.31 


12,567.61 


31.337.33 


7,844.22 


91,104.33 


11,715.11 


2,147,085.37 


114,515.45 


21,527.54 


83,213.17 


21,443.38 


191,891.09 


27,819.62 


5,542,713.09 


38.6 


2.5 


39.1 


38.7 


14.9 


5.2 


7.7 



234 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments of 


EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 


Alexandria 
1,952 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Amprior 
3,949 


Athens 
676 


Bath 
352 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment . 








Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


28.122.83 


3,009.09 


27,558.70 


14,364.26 


6,497.56 


Line transformers 


9,263.52 
7,820.23 
2,233.59 


1,421.37 

1,287.17 

421.12 


10,834.10 

14,140.00 

6,115.00 


2,401.06 

3,338.46 

698.90 


1,481.15 
962.26 
554.37 


Meters ' 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,589.89 


241.73 


344.34 


l,i2i.65 


727.38 


Old plant. . . 


4,466.89 


709.55 
















Total plant 


57,698.95 

1,698.65 

21,000.00 

6,531.24 


7,259.09 

1,331.26 
2,500.00 


58,992.14 

4,028.06 

14,000.00 

389.01 

819.95 


21,923.73 

235.02 
5,000.00 
1,468.68 


10,222.72 
271.03 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable. 


18.74 


Inventories . 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


32,663.01 


3,579.08 


5,467.03 


6,823.69 


2,267.80 














Total assets .... 


119,591.85 


14,669.43 


83,696.19 


35,451.12 


12,780.29 


Deficit 














Total 


119,591.85 


14,669.43 


83,696.19 


35,451.12 


12,780.29 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




82.29 
164.40 


31,306.21 
4,040.16 


5.852.27 
409.94 


4,730.59 


Accounts payable 


7.49 


Bank overdraft. . . 




Other liabilities 


691.71 




1,973.09 




100.00 








Total liabilities 


699.20 


246.69 


37,319.46 


6,262.21 


4,830.59 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


32,663.01 

24,316.05 

1,856.25 


3,579.08 

3,060.76 

35.44 


5,467.03 
4,384.97 
5,000.00 


6,823.69 

6,187.49 

206.06 


2,267.80 
2,265.67 


Other reserves . . . 






Total reserves 


58,835.31 


6,675.28 


14,852.00 


13,217.24 


4,533.47 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


48,133.84 


5,917.71 


24,162.92 


8,147.73 


2,769.41 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


11,923.50 


1,829.75 


7,361.81 


7,823.94 


646.82 




Total surplus 


60,057.34 


7,747.46 


31,524.73 


15,971.67 


3,416.23 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . 


119,591.85 


14,669.43 


83,696.19 


35,451.12 


12,780.29 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . 


0.8 


2.2 


47.7 


21.8 


46.0 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



**A''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Belleville 
15,001 


Bloomfield 
612 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,725 


Brighton 
1,465 


Brockville 
10,463 


Cardinal 
1,642 


Carleton 
Place 

4,258 


$ c. 
42,222.90 


$ c. 


$ c. 
30,424.69 

894.47 
50,100.59 


c. 
600.00 


$ c. 

45,295.14 

39,212.30 

101,282.86 


$ c. 


$ c. 
13,390.32 


89,265.84 


410.00 
11,075.50 




2,471 . 63 


133,420.43 


17,014.03 


14,211.70 


46,688.51 


43,680.13 
70,014.67 
23,735.75 


2,251.13 
3,277.85 
1,040.99 


12,123.53 

21,341.45 

8,172.97 


6,835.54 
8,334.63 
1,305.85 


52,199.86 
53,853.15 
27,317.10 


4,132.27 

3,783.93 

491.85 




14,307.32 

19,638.91 

6,691.85 


13,244.16 


1,403.42 


4,335.47 


547.31 


1,384.36 


644.25 


4,656.58 










51,787.62 


3,474.80 


5,289.19 












415,583.88 

11,301.03 
15,000.00 
16,683.23 
12,316.59 


19,458.89 

2,452.95 

4,480.00 

217.44 


127,393.17 

14,724.12 

20,000.00 

2,745.97 

5,934.33 


34,637.36 

3,012.91 
4,000.00 
4,317.94 
5,789.80 


372,332.39 

13,633.77 

103,000.00 

2,535.09 

5,630.75 


26,738.80 

881.77 

4,000.00 

233.65 


113,134.31 

5,381.63 

31,000.00 

793.63 

1,751.71 










186,664.21 


6,762.64 


66,290.84 
41.50 


12,376.19 
142.54 


185,694.71 
318.63 


6,154.50 


84,918.01 










657,548.94 


33,371.92 


237,129.93 


64,276.74 


683,145.34 


38,008.72 


236,979.29 
















657,548.94 


33,371.92 


237,129.93 


64,276.74 


683.145.34 


38,008.72 


236,979.29 




2,857.92 

487.74 




8,392.37 
51.76 




7,179.39 
112.44 


14,289.55 




338.23 


12,835.48 


2,282 50 






11,190.51 


142.00 


1,684.66 


489.06 


1,142.40 


5.00 


1,662.40 


11,190.51 


3,487.66 


2,022.89 


8,933.19 


13,977.88 


7,296.83 


18,234.45 


186,664.21 
61,795.86 
10,716.06 


6,762.64 

7,649.47 


66,290.84 

20,370.46 

5,500.00 


12,376.19 
5,516.25 
2,362.39 


185,694.71 

150,668.71 

14,358.76 


6,154.50 

3,769.01 

76.36 


84,918.01 

22,275.65 

869 25 








259,176.13 


14,412.11 


92,161.30 


20,254.83 


350,722.18 


9,999.87 


108,062.91 


176,000.00 


8,342.08 


71,000.00 


16,607.63 


226,657.54 


7,820.61 


51,710.45 


211.182.30 


7,130.07 


71,945.74 


18,48i.09 


91,787.74 


12,891.41 


58,971.48 


387,182.30 


15,472.15 


142,945.74 


35,088.72 


318,445.28 


20,712.02 


110,681.93 


657,548.94 


33,371.92 


237,129.93 


64,276.74 


683,145.34 


38.008.72 


236.979.29 


2.6 


13.1 


1.2 


17.2 


2.8 


22.3 


12.0 



236 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chester- 
ville 
1,073 


Cobden 
659 


Cobourg 
5,383 


Colbome 
952 


Deseronto 


Population 


1,002 






Assets 
Lands and buildings . 


$ c. 
335.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

31,331.24 

1,668.35 

82,736.11 


$ c. 


$ c. 
597 41 


Substation equipment 






161 18 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. 


10,641.61 


4,473.08 


11,053.54 


11,007.51 


Line transformers 


4,298.04 

5,196.30 

593.64 


1,146.09 
1,209.52 

444.46 


26,713.05 
32,125.75 
14,002.78 


1,397.11 
3,054.80 
1,479.27 


1,753.21 


Meters 


5,036.39 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


432.60 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


792.34 


45.86 


3,635.72 


2,385.08 


405.03 


Old plant 




2,853.85 


















Total plant 


21,856.93 

1,706.70 

11,000.00 

1,461.75 

737.24 


10,172.86 

758.47 

3,500.00 

26.48 


192,213.00 

10,138.39 

17,000.00 

3,928.48 

3,875.82 


19,369.80 

1.838.73 

4,500.00 

118.40 

1,280.03 


19,393.33 


Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments . . 


1,919.16 


Accounts receivable. . . . 


2,139.98 


Inventories 


484.56 


Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . . 


28,923.45 
1.53 


1,539.65 


50,153.20 


4,501.61 
450.91 


7,736.80 
37.06 










Total assets 


65,687.60 


15,997.46 


277,308.89 


32,059.48 


31,710.89 


Deficit 
















Total 


65,687.60 


15,997.46 


277,308.89 


32,059.48 


31,710.89 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




3,529.58 
20.90 


62,807.48 
5,952.91 


7,916.57 
547.20 




Accounts payable 


811.22 


66.33 


Bank overdraft . . 




Other liabilities 


85.00 


167.50 


4,835.58 


244.00 


318.92 






Total liabilities 


896.22 


3,717.98 


73,595.97 


8,707.77 


385.25 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


28,923.45 
9,014.07 


1,539.65 
885.21 


50,153.20 
35,734.92 


4,501.61 
3,288.13 


7,736.80 
4,674.65 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


37,937.52 


2,424.86 


85,888.12 


7,789.74 


12,411.45 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,500.00 


4,273.69 


43,186.02 


4,278.02 


15,000.00 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


20,353.86 


5,580.93 


74,638.78 


11,283.95 


3,914.19 






Total surplus 


26,853.86 


9,854.62 


117,824.80 


15,561.97 


18,914.19 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


65,687.60 


15,997.46 


277,308.89 


32,059.48 


31,710.89 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


2.4 


25.9 


32.4 


31.6 


1.6 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



**A''— Continued 
I Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Finch 
393 


Hastings 
763 


Havelock 
907 


Iroquois 
1,104 


Kemptville 
1,159 


Kingston 
28,345 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
3.619.13 


$ c. 
237,390.86 






572.90 
20,064.33 


100.00 

4,774.56 


241,486 46 


8,152.67 


17,248.78 


20,943.26 


232,862.91 
195,460.34 


2,486.47 

2,137.30 

504.07 


3,383.07 
3,838.79 
1,283.74 


2,961.87 
5,914.66 
1,883.33 


3,397.83 

4,402.89 

243.00 


6,702.41 
7,832.21 
1,090.07 


89,708.83 

139,849.04 

77,335.70 


54.82 


721.62 


4,411.46 


445.44 


5,661.10 


45,420.55 




1,733.13 


2,420.45 


575.00 




17,665.40 








13,335.33 

1,231.24 

3,500.00 

728.81 


28,209.13 

796.53 

6,000.00 

93.69 


38,229.00 

1,203.15 

17,000.00 

99.54 


13,938.72 

1,751.61 

3,500.00 

256.86 

84.93 


45.848.18 

1,598.24 

23,500.00 

1,712.68 

685.42 


1,277,180.09 

658.06 

301,175.00 

34,854.13 

19,798 79 










4,762.44 


4,051.44 


13,027.82 


813.57 


22,212.80 


86,021.34 
4,453 93 














23,557.82 


39,150.79 


69,559.51 


20,345.69 


95,557.32 


1,724,141.34 














23,557.82 


39,150.79 


69,559.51 


20,345.69 


95,557.32 


1,724,141.34 


2,580.75 


12,216.85 
0.53 






11,278.41 
228.32 


18,974 00 


1,713.52 


0.27 


1.32 


111.00 
14,386 72 


46.00 


274.00 




i52.54 


150.00 


66,491 . 19 








4,340.27 


12,491.38 


0.27 


153.86 


11,656.73 


99,962.91 


4,762.44 
2,761.15 


4,051.44 
5,539.94 


13,027.82 


813.57 

643.40 

2,000.00 


22,212.80 
15,612.95 


86,021.34 
333,677 03 


10.59 


13,871.40 


204 244 32 










7,534.18 


9,591.38 


26,899.22 


3,456.97 


37,825.75 


623,942.69 


4,419.25 


8.783.15 


32,900.00 




13,721.59 


292,926 00 








7,264.12 


8,284.88 


9,760.02 


16,734.86 


32,353.25 


707.309.74 


11,683.37 


17,068.03 


42,660.02 


16,734.86 


46,074.84 


1,000,235.74 


23,557.82 


39,150.79 


69,559.51 


20,345.69 


95,557.32 


1,724,141.34 


23.1 


35.6 


0.0 


0.8 


15.9 


6.1 



238 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 


EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Lakefield 
1,267 


Lanark 
660 


Lancaster 
582 


Lindsay 
7,773 


Madoc 
1,130 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings . 


$ c. 
3,137.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

10,777.68 

3,176.56 

103,593.90 


$ c. 
100.00 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


23,372.16 


6,941.61 


8,789.65 


11,909.84 


Line transformers 


6,992.86 
7,526.98 
1,896.05 


1,953.69 
2,351.23 

747.54 


1,922.25 

1,943.35 

650.65 


29,885.15 
35,554.95 
10,504 . 73 


3,496.56 
5,417.90 
1,577.14 


Meters 

Streetlight equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense. 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,896.24 




1,068.55 


2,358.96 


76.21 




Old plant . 


3,445.25 




















Total plant 


50,267.51 

2,725.25 

8,000.00 

104.64 


11,994.07 

1,617.78 

5,693.17 

14.43 


14,374.45 

377.83 

500.00 

51.04 


195,851.93 

4,686.93 

55,000.00 

196.64 

451.42 


22,577.65 

2,234.36 

7,000.00 

81.16 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


Inventories . ... 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


14,189.55 


6,69i.96 


6,600.36 


103,938.58 


8,559.45 














Total assets 


75,286.95 


26,011.41 


21,903.68 


360,125.50 


40,452.62 


Deficit 














Total 


75,286.95 


26,011.41 


21,903.68 


360,125.50 


40,452.62 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


15,619.83 






52,947.30 




Accounts payable 


9.31 


248.20 


4.10 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


682.80 


90.00 


178.36 


3,335.63 


433.00 




Total liabilities 


16,302.63 


99.31 


426.56 


56,282.93 


437.10 




Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation . . 


14,189.55 
16,023.26 


6,691.96 
4,581.69 


6,600.36 
2,792.47 


103,938.58 
51,727.21 


8,559.45 
1,830.40 


Other reserves 












10,389.85 

1 


Total reserves 


30,212.81 


11,273.65 


9,392.83 


155,665.79 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


17,880.17 


7,316.57 


9,970.42 


77,052.70 


14,000.00 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


10,891.34 


7,321.88 


2,113.87 


71,124.08 


15,625.67 




Total surplus 


28,771.51 


14,638.45 


12,084.29 


148,176.78 


29,625.67 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


75,286.95 


26,011.41 


21,903.68 


360,125.50 


40,452.62 J 


/ Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


26.6 


0.5 


2.8 


21.9 


1.4 












1 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 239 

**A*'— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Marmora 
983 


Martin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
811 


Millbrook 
763 


Morris- 
burg 
1,518 


Napanee 
3,277 


Newcastle 
686 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,000.00 

4,457.21 

11,978.13 


$ c. 

15,315.23 

2,358.27 

47,795.94 


$ c. 
107.37 




407.79 
12,008.56 


"6,168.22 




13,986.74 


2,840.45 


14,925.39 


3,808.11 
4,042.21 
1,193.23 


759.39 

1,099.0/ 

354.94 


2,391.79 
2,975.36 
1,950.24 


758.45 

1,908.76 

595.65 


5,541.80 

7,254.35 

795.00 


11,717.88 

18,730.29 

4,679.85 


4,095.74 

3,940.42 

876.40 


2,160.30 


690.21 


2,448.14 


79.92 


313.94 


4,309.52 


847.65 


573 . 62 








27,733.82 


















25,764.21 

2,753.14 
3,000.00 


5,870.21 

495.92 

2,500.00 

213.38 


22,181.88 

697.29 

6,200.00 

107.91 


9,511.00 

2,835.51 

1,000.00 

23.76 




63,074.25 

3,215.55 

6,500.00 

664.57 


104,906.98 
100.00 


24,792.97 

1,447.64 
1,500.00 


184.04 
95.00 


7,531.82 
7,945.63 


256.18 














6,107.44 


2,253.70 


10,301.76 


703.84 


1,634.30 


45,073.83 
15.72 


1,997.77 














37,903.83 


11,333.21 


39,488.84 


14,074.11 


75,088.67 


165,57.3.98 



29,994.56 
















37,903.83 


11,333.21 


39,488.84 


14,074.11 


75.088.67 


165,573.98 


29,994.56 








5.408.74 


17,236.40 
108.04 










.30 












5,142.43 
977.99 




245.00 


5.00 


150.00 


249.82 


1,049.42 








245.00 


5.00 


150.30 


5,658.56 


18,393.86 


6,120.42 








6,107.44 
5,976.33 


2,253.70 

2,438.81 

81.02 


10,301.76 

7,975.41 

370.26 


703.84 
763.67 


1,634.30 

2,924.00 

31,296.54 


45,073.83 
15,163.88 


1,997.77 
10,637.25 










12,083.77 


4,773.53 


18,647.43 


1,467.51 


35,854.84 


60,237.71 


12,635.02 


17,666.11 


6,000.00 


16,000.00 


3,591.26 


17,336.88 


70,000.00 


14,000.00 


7,908.95 


554.68 


4,691.11 


3,356.78 


3,503.09 


29,215.85 


3,359.54 


25,575.06 


6,554.68 


20,691.11 


6,948.04 


20,839.97 


99,215.85 


17,359.54 


37,903.83 


11,333.21 


39,488.84 


14,074.11 


75;088.67 


165,573.98 


29,994.56 


0.8 


0.1 


0.5 


42.3 


25.0 


5.0 


0.0 



240 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Balance Sheets 


STATEMENT 
of Electrical Departments of 


EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Norwood 
710 


Omemee 
641 


Orono 
P.V. 


Oshawa 
26,428 


Population . 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

62,098.55 

8,449.47 

271,979.42 


Substation equipment 


457.53 
23,684.31 


360.32 
14,018.53 




Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground.. . 


5,152.00 


Line transformers 


4,035.13 
5,403.33 
1,886.92 


6,997.78 

3,766.55 

805.48 


1,026.77 

1,872.12 

602.99 


76,074.87 

129,519.53 

18,403.58 


Meters. . . '. . 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,728.63 


1,672.75 


295.97 


54,057.42 


Old plant 


2,447.51 






6,431.65 








Total plant 


41,643.36 

2,342.42 

15,500.00 

866.62 


27,621.41 

30.67 

6,000.00 

32.06 


8,949.85 

2,497.12 

1,500.00 

18.24 


627,014.49 

26,070.16 
15,000.00 
63,029.30 
21,648.30 


Bank and cash balance! 


Securities and investments 


Accounts receivable. ... 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures .... 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,475.64 


878.83 


784.98 


574,023.06 












Total assets 


66,828.04 


34,562.97 


13,750.19 


1,326,785.31 


Deficit 












Total 


66,828.04 


34,562.97 


13,750.19 


1,326,785.31 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


15,271.07 
.96 




3,671.84 
164.85 


72,000.00 
47,255.22 


Accounts payable 


1,300.00 


Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities 


477.98 


197.32 




26,422.00 






Total liabilities. . . . 


15,750.01 


1,497.32 


3,836.69 


145,677.22 




Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


6,475.64 
17,262.54 


878.83 
11,936.69 


784.98 

500.00 

1,768.09 


574,023.06 

109,068.09 

54,144.38 


Other reserves 








Total reserves 


23,738.18 


12,815.52 


3,053.07 


737,235.53 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


21,828.93 


12,000.00 


4,328.16 


238,000.00 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus .... 


5.510.92 


8,250.13 


2,532.27 


205,872.56 




Total surplus 


27,339.85 


20,250.13 


6,860.43 


443,872.56 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . . 


66,828.04 


34,562.97 


13,750.19 


1,326,785.31 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


26.1 


4.4 


29.9 


19.3 










A 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



** A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Ottawa 
154,585 


Perth 
4,286 


Peter- 
borough 
25,529 


Picton 
3,570 


Port 
Hope 
4,962 


Prescott 
3,120 


Richmond 
421 


$ c. 

486 148 17 


$ c. 

5,109.34 

6,961.44 

49,661.33 


$ c. 

80,537.86 

124,548.59 

331,587.13 


$ c. 

10,896.49 

2,004.66 

41,986.40 


$ c. 

11,691.21 

3,100.00 

56,584.59 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


870,159.39 




906,260.89 
320,037.05 


42,426.99 


6,748.25 


404,763.60 
310,144.37 
124,662.85 


26,660.86 

25,222.60 

4,738.61 


136,287.31 

126,521.24 

60,920.06 


13,890.62 
19,865.87 
10,557.74 


19,866.33 

27,641.96 

3,608.73 


17,659.66 

20,884.54 

2,302.03 


1,445.78 

1,497.63 

194.48 


43,850.80 


4,520.16 


81,277.97 


3,993.78 


5.013.69 


816.15 


615.66 




23,354.70 


29,771.74 




















3,466,027.12 

305,861.04 
540,000.00 


146,229.04 

15,003.88 

79,500.00 

2,250.61 

11,844.80 


971,451.90 

26,009.49 
40,000.00 
29,904.66 
21,325.50 
423,593.28 
336,149.35 


103,195.56 

6,409.08 

25,500.00 

1,345.84 

6,035.32 


127,506.51 

2,831.33 

11,000.00 

544.91 

2,181.34 


86,850.91 

2,954.19 
3,300.00 
1,143.89 

677.78 


10,501.80 
1,322.64 


84,700.83 
57,088.46 


156.02 


382,642.39 




204,291.77 


74,690.36 
7.11 


57,397.52 


62,062.92 


52,284.13 
989.29 


3,190.85 












5,040,611.61 


329,525.80 


1,848,434.18 


199,883.32 


206,127.01 


148,200.19 


15,171.31 
















5,040,611.61 


329,525.80 


1,848,434.18 


199,883.32 


206,127.01 


148,200.19 


15,171.31 


345,216.19 


33,368.35 
6,677.08 


523,920.00 
27,853.39 








2,786.83 


71,139.30 




.86 


384.79 












2,934.07 


390.00 


4,023.42 


5,957.21 


429.53 


81 87 






416,355.49 


42,979.50 


552,163.39 


4,023.42 


5,958.07 


814.32 


2,868.70 


204,291.77 

1,594,373.98 

422,705.42 


74,690.36 

68,572.47 

2,822.48 


336,149.35 

182,280.50 

1,204.83 


57,397.52 

21,924.63 

5,968.91 


62,062.92 
25,838.89 


52,284.13 
53,248.19 


3,190.85 

2,734.59 

52.84 










2,221,371.17 


146,085.31 


519,634.68 


85,291.06 


87,901.81 


105,532.32 


5,978.28 


634,783.81 
382,642. 3c 


75,031.65 


54,000.00 
423,593.28 
299,042.83 


5,730.32 


79,000.00 


12,170.99 


3,713.17 


1,385,458. 7£ 


) 65,429.34 


104,838.52 


33,267.13 


29,682.56 


2,611.16 


2,402,884.95 


» 140,460. 9S 


776,636.11 


110,568.84 


112,267.13 


41,853.55 


6,324.33 


5,040,611.61 


329,525. 8C 


1,848,434.18 


199,883.32 


206,127.01 


148,200.19 


15,171.31 


1.6 


17.0 


11.8 


2.8 


4.1 


0.8 


24.0 



242 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths 
Falls 
7,418 


Stirling 
922 


Trenton 
7,636 


Tweed 


Population ... ... 


1,242 




Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

9,627.06 

4,765.59 

95,310.96 


$ c. 
8,522.88 
7,964.55 
7,057.31 


$ c. 

5,139.41 

41,633.02 

119,062.55 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead. . . . 
Distribution system — underground. 


8,215.46 


15,644.94 


Line transformers 


1,790.50 

1,854.97 

589.70 


38,993.90 

38,377.66 

9,539.26 


4,854.60 
5,327.42 
3,203.33 


26,984.61 
39,550.51 
18,367.93 


4,514 37 


Meters. 


5,879 81 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


2,292.51 


Miscellaneous construction expense. 


1,244.93 


5,848.37 


572.53 


8,237.20 




Steam or hydraulic plant 




Old plant . . 
























Total plant 


13,695.56 

1,448.52 

5,000.00 

280.83 


202,462.80 

6,429.61 

80,960.00 

901.27 


37,502.62 

10,287.03 

4,485.43 

667.56 

733.90 


258,975.23 

11,472.71 

20,000.00 

381.35 

3,581.15 


28,331.63 


Bank and cash balance . . 


1,203 06 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


6,500.00 
355.80 


Inventories 


430 49 


Sinking fund on local debentures 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,028.37 


108,490.61 


9,453.44 


85,692.91 
3.84 


10,517.92 












Total assets . ... 


26,453.28 


399,244.29 


63,129.98 


380,107.19 


47,338 90 


Deficit 
















Total 


26,453.28 


399,244.29 


63,129.98 


380,107.19 


47,338.90 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,257.62 
97.75 






17,060.11 
276.16 


3,542 . 19 


Accounts payable 


391.64 






Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


30.00 


323.30 


388.73 


6,580.50 


308.19 






Total liabilities 


2,385.37 


714.94 


388.73 


23,916.77 


3,850.38 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems . . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


6,028.37 
3,686.44 


108,490.61 

96,675.27 

5,550.64 


9,453.44 
8,188.52 


85,692.91 

49,400.99 

7,500.00 


10,517.92 
4,141.56 
1,953.01 










Total reserves 


9,714.81 


210,716.52 


17,641.96 


142,593.90 


16,612.49 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,742.38 


133,737.33 


10,000.00 


147,939.89 


15,457.81 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


6,610.72 


54,075.50 


35,099.29 


65,656.63 


11,418.22 


Total surplus 


14,353.10 


187,812.83 


45.099.29 


213,596.52 


26,876.03 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 


26,453.28 


399,244.29 


63,129.98 


380,107.19 


47,338.90 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 


11.6 


0.2 


0.7 


8.1 


10.4 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



**A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
927 


Westport 
681 


Whitby 
4,282 


Williams- 
burgh 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,146 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

499.80 

15,250.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,619.20 

34,288.16 

61,671.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c. 
1,129,793.71 




7,349.21 




1,491,835.48 


5,697.62 


3,431.14 


10,461.21 


3,240,857.28 
515,497.39 


850.80 

2,132.32 

338.08 


4,535.20 
6,070.62 
1,349.61 


1,015.48 

1,794.62 

706.11 


15,640.86 
21,625.59 
12,478.33 


1,978.92 

2,391.10 

174.61 


4,498.65 

5,906.62 

719.87 


1,192,569.23 

1,314,386.21 

482,336.23 


609.19 


871.94 


1,380.69 


8,166.49 


106.18 


315.52 


343,664.62 


3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,713.00 


1,340.13 




1,100.00 


194,983.24 








13,246.03 

649.92 

3,500.00 

22.14 


31,255.79 

909.67 

9,000.00 

64.45 


13,959.11 

834.36 

5,800.00 

.06 


161,830.09 

2,542.57 

14,000.00 

1,484.49 

375.02 


8,081.95 

1,627.04 

21,000.00 

505.99 


23,301.72 

2,232.81 

10,000.00 

301.10 


9,905,923.39 

536,709.00 

1,629,093.60 

279,743.01 

193,604.03 













806,235.67 


4,207.98 


10,815.01 


5,292.95 


54,772.68 
25.02 


6,763.47 


21,055.20 


2,726,778.32 
6,487.08 














21,626.07 


52,044.92 


25,886.48 


235,029.87 


37,978.45 


56,890.83 


16,084,574 . 10 
















21,626.07 


52,044.92 


25,886.48 


235,029.87 


37,978.45 


56,890.83 


16,084,574.10 


6,699.84 


3,707.02 
105.45 


8,726.32 


11,718.16 
288.98 




1,418.40 


1,336,570 44 






186,490 04 










19,529 . 15 


24.00 


44.25 


165.00 


1,618.60 


319.56 


10.00 


149,968.11 


6,723.84 


3,856.72 


8,891.32 


13,625.74 


319.56 


1,428.40 


1,692,557.74 


4,207.98 
3,365.52 


10,815.01 
12,448.32 


5,292.95 
2,413.46 


54,772.68 
30,619.40 


6,763.47 

4,111.72 

345.62 


21,055.20 
11,434.12 


2,726,778.32 

3,161,152.07 

796,870.92 














7,573.50 


23,263.33 


7,706.41 


85,392.08 


11,220.81 


32,489.32 


6,684,801.31 


4,300.16 


13,292.98 


6,273.68 


64,894.34 


2,750.00 


9,231.60 


2,900,278.95 
806,235 67 


3,028.57 


11,631.89 


3,015.07 


71,117.71 


23,688.08 


13,741.51 


4,000,700.43 


7,328.73 


24,924.87 


9,288.75 


136,012.05 


26,438.08 


22,973.11 


7,707,215.05 


21,626.07 


52,044.92 


25,886.48 


235,029.87 


37,978.45 


56,890.83 


16,084,574 10 


38.6 


9.4 


42.7 


7.0 


1.0 


4.0 


7.1 



244 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheet of Electrical Departments of 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Fort 
William 
28.626 


Nipigon 
Twp. 


Port 
Arthur 
23,384 


THUNDER 
BAY 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

86,326.42 

152,518.05 

230,740.10 


215.03 


$ c. 
466,837.65 
310,294.87 
512,164.00 


$ c. 
553,379 10 


Substation equipment. . .... 


462,812 92 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground. . 


18,492.42 


761,396.52 


Line transformers 


93,235.72 
88,272.56 
47,235.33 


5,223.01 
4,323.00 
2,436.86 


112,745.29 

115,760.76 

82,604.18 


211,204.02 


Meters 


208,356.32 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental . . 


132,276.37 


Miscellaneous construction expense . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


27,415.92 


197.64 


36,380.68 
325,003.44 


63,994.24 
325,003.44 


Old plant 


















Total plant 


725,744.10 


30,887.96 

1,046.12 

2,000.00 

103.46 

118.47 


1,961,790.87 

9,224.09 

604,244.63 

76,727.24 

24,633.97 


2,718,422.93 


Bank and cash balance . 


10,270.21 


Securities and investments 


85,800.00 

29,295.49 

26,767.58 

103,696.62 

704,110.08 

1,372.26 


692,044.63 


Accounts receivable 


106,126.19 


Inventories 


51,520.02 


Sinking fund on local debentures .... 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets . . 


103,696 62 


6,082.66 


2,302,151.73 
850.00 


3,012,344.47 
2,222.26 








Total assets 


1,676,786.13 


40,238.67 


4,979,622.53 



6,696,647.33 


Deficit 














Total 


1,676,786.13 


40,238.67 


4,979,622.53 


6,696,647.33 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


250,000.00 
47,389.39 
23,042.26 
30,006.74 


1,598.42 
51.89 




251,598.42 


Accounts payable 


4,430.36 


51,871.64 


Bank overdraft 


23,042.26 


Other liabilities 






30,006.74 










Total liabilities .... 


350,438.39 


1,650.31 


4,430.36 


356,519.06 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


704,110.08 

161,403.06 

36,495.17 


6,082.66 

4,550.98 

• 500.00 


2,302,151.73 
657,652.57 
131,091.67 


3,012,344.47 
823,606.61 


Other reserves 


168,086.84 






Total reserves 


902,008.31 


11,133.64 


3,090,895.97 


4,004,037.92 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


124,209.11 
103,696.62 
196,433.70 


8,401.58 


642,100.00 


774,710.69 


Local sinking fund 


103,696.62 


Operating surplus 


19,053.14 


1,242,196.20 


1,457.683.04 






Total surplus 


424,339.43 


27,454.72 


1,884,296.20 


2.336,090.35 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


1,676,786.13 


40,238.67 


4,979,622.53 


6.696.647.33 


Percentage of net debt to total assets . . 


28.4 


4.8 


0.2 


7.1 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



245 



**A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1942 



Capreol 
1.660 


North Bay 
15,975 


Sioux Lookout 
1.950 


Sudbury 
31.789 


NORTHERN 

ONTARIO 

DISTRICTS 

SUMMARY 


ALL 

SYSTEMS 

GRAND 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 
450 00 


$ c. 

59.446.84 

71,129.06 

146,378.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 

73,127.45 

118,856.20 

373,583.76 


$ c. 
133,024.29 
199,715.58 
542,808.06 


$ c. 
11,546,286.55 


9,730.32 




25,359,352.47 


13.603.79 


9.242.18 


25,572,132.86 
6,446,133.75 


5,209.62 
5,233.61 
1,126.26 


40,054.81 
81.343.34 
28.255.84 


3.553. 6i 
5.952.56 
1,794.15 


107,431.48 
132,185.06 
110.690.49 


156,248.92 
224,714.57 
141,866.74 


12.209,624.79 

10,938,305.73 

2,928,896.30 

1,543,717.00 


732.07 


15,898.54 


789.40 


19,014.66 


36,434.67 


4,091,006.92 
422,172.72 












1,028,830.05 














36,085.67 

666.55 
6,000.00 


442,506.76 

14,645.06 

100,750.00 

10,409.02 

9,711.61 


21,331.30 
1,316.33 


934,889.10 

37,699.62 

168,500.00 

23,039.38 

29,945.89 


1,434,812.83 

54,327.56 

275,250.00 

34,342.55 

39,657.50 


102,086,459.14 

2,482,945.50 
12,592,455.09 


591.83 


302.32 


3,614,066.68 
2,047,430.38 






5,445,199.46 












57,080,491.77 




639.79 




83.59 


723.38 


197,190.92 








43,344.05 


578,662.24 


22,949.95 


1,194,157.58 


1,839,113.82 


185,546,238.94 
20,106.93 














43,344.05 


578,662.24 


22,949.95 


1,194,157.58 


1,839,113.82 


185,566,345.87 




222,500.00 
53.19 




98,867.77 
28,191.69 


321,367.77 

28,454.48 


16,184,642.53 


78.81 


130.79 


2,399,404.91 
105,571.05 


420.00 


26,664.61 


2,362.33 


37,699.54 


67,146.48 


2,806,844.10 


498.81 


249,217.80 


2,493.12 


164,759.00 


416,968.73 


21,496,462.59 












57,080,491 . 77 


5,573.84 
133.88 


211,243.64 
21,857.96 


1,350.90 
100.00 


96,803.26 
83,135.52 


314,971.64 
105,227.36 


29,840,207.73 
4,907,609.88 


5,707.72 


233,101.60 


1,450.90 


179,938.78 


420,199.00 


91,828,309.38 


19,000.00 


17,500.00 




368,470.76 


404,970.76 


41,183,741.27 






5 445 199 46 


18,137.52 


78,842.84 


19,005.93 


480,989.04 


596,975.33 


25,612,633.17 


37,137.52 


96,342.84 


19,005.93 


849,459.80 


1,001,946.09 


72,241,573.90 


43,344.05 578,662.24 


22,949.95 


1,194,157.58 


1,839,113.82 


185,566,345.87 


1.2 


43.1 


10.9 


13.8 


22.7 


11.9 



246 



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No. 26 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



Municipality 

Population 


Acton 
1,954 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 
Craig 

457 


Alvinston 
645 


Amherst- 
burg 

2,743 






Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


$ c. 

13,479.95 

5,456.94 

30,439.09 

737.16 

1,988.07 

175.27 

338.78 


$ c. 

5,871.58 
1,174.86 
1,150.76 

■'■■792:60 


$ c. 

2,666.78 
1,176.66 
1,358.01 

■ ■677:00 


$ c. 

3,989.88 

1,923.82 

222.45 

315.09 

1,537.40 


$ c. 

23,663.39 
8,997.66 
7,663 22 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 

Merchandise 


2,211.00 
50.36 


Miscellaneous 


335.00 


318.95 


219.37 


233 . 19 






Total earnings 


52,615.26 


9,324.20 


6,197.40 


8,208.01 


42,818 82 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


41.329.62 


4,747.76 


4,139.23 


3,925.39 


26,109 81 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 


22.50 

3,228.95 

55.50 

307.74 

348.30 

489.56 











Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


82.82 

19.40 

37.74 

103.47 

64.23 


147.28 


322.13 


780.48 
.50 


Meter maintenance 


410.29 


1.04 


88.45 


Consumers' premises expenses .... 


1,696 76 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


72.24 


98.56 


287.68 
24.00 


Billing and collecting 


1,032.54 
584.22 
161.74 
259.79 


529.02 
100.53 


111.64 
82.63 
17.50 


383.09 

281.83 

19.48 


1,245.29 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


748.17 
24.07 


Truck operation and maintenance 




192 . 19 


Interest 






102.94 

1,687.93 

852.00 


587.35 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures. . 









1,000.00 


Depreciation 

Other reserves 


1,681.00 
1,500.00 


505.00 
1,500.00 


562.00 


2,649.00 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


51,001.46 


7,689.97 


5,542.81 


7,674.39 


35,433.75 


Net surplus 


1,613.80 


1,634.23 


654.59 


533.62 


7,385.07 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


542 
87 
18 


167 

26 

3 


146 
34 

4 


190 

52 

3 


728 
131 


Power service 


16 


Total 


647 


196 


184 


245 


875 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



247 



Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
385 


Aylmer 
2,412 


Ayr 

772 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Beamsville 


$ c. 

13,454.11 

3,283.50 

956.75 

299.36 


$ c. 

3,140.27 

1,575.93 

233.20 


$ c. 

13,251.96 

10.500.80 

9,649.27 

1,045.30 

2,814.77 


$ c. 

6,121.91 

2,140.63 

672.20 


$ c. 

4,052.79 

2,226.65 

10,549.55 


$ c. 

3,801.65 

674.66 

16,726.08 


$ c. 

11,592.27 
5,439.09 
2,105.98 


1,104.06 


1,066.73 


1,194.10 


706.67 


497.03 


2,056.03 




.19 


1,025.85 


60.00 


82.71 


264.00 


244 89 






19,097.78 


6,016.32 


38,287.95 


10,188.84 


17,618.37 


21,963.42 


21,438.26 


9,162.20 


2,427.41 


23,167.43 


6,704.00 


13,971.56 


18,169.04 


10,708.26 
















1,695.56 
49.68 


115.28 


1,273.17 
127.40 
676.88 
560.17 

390.48 
5.00 
846.81 
1,438.92 
106.46 
212.32 
474.84 

1,122.38 

2,191.00 

2,500.00 


472.65 


266.60 


173.79 
30.08 
99.70 


661.94 


370.53 


67.40 


21.50 
5.10 

134.98 


45.77 
120.08 

152.87 




266.02 


81.85 


357.28 


96.31 


73.03 


261.87 


1,334.50 

837.52 

72.42 


237.74 
66.39 
11.53 


458.46 

101.41 

7.85 


293.45 

151.15 

10.75 


314.51 

154.14 

12.04 


810.68 

451.02 

5.88 


463.56 


222.95 

911.89 
443.00 


174.73 
542.42 
804.00 
346.69 




15.59 
111.01 
857.00 


541.22 


774.89 




1,473.23 


1,293.00 
40.00 


545.00 
1,000.00 


964.00 










16,717.16 


4,599.90 


35.093.26 


9,773.79 


16,557.23 


20,009.93 


15,959.95 


2,380.62 


1,416.42 


3,194.69 


415.05 


1,061.14 


1.953.49 


5,478.31 
















380 
45 

8 


112 

32 

2 


732 
147 

14 


219 

44 
5 


161 

36 

3 


167 

23 

4 


384 

74 

4 


433 


146 


893 


268 


200 


194 


462 



248 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. ..... 


Belle 
River 

844 


Blenheim 
1,812 


Blyth 
652 


Bolton 
590 


Bothwell 


Population 


644 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,167.35 
2,588.68 
107.43 
1,518.01 
1,029.00 


$ c. 

9,405.49 
8,499.62 
3,981.22 
1,368.40 
2,548.01 
227.71 
710.00 


$ c. 

3.753.05 
2,205.04 
1,073.08 


$ c. 

4,588.69 
1,990.18 
2,337.19 
129.05 
1,045.75 


$ c. 
2,638.99 


Commercial light service 


2,029.32 


Commercial power service 


809.08 


Municipal power 


139.04 


Street lighting 


1,530.65 


1,187.65 


Merchandise . . 




Miscellaneous. . . . 


137.09 


119.70 


267.50 


492.65 






Total earnings 


10,547.56 


26,740.45 


8,681.52 


10,358.36 


7,296.73 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


5,210.32 


14,182.32 


4,785.78 


5,605.89 


3,895.06 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance . .... 


522.93 
53.77 

169.97 
21.30 

194.17 


768.88 

39.62 

382.53 

205.70 

544.75 

10.38 

2,116.65 

1,508.27 

174.87 


494.68 


381.18 


326.63 


Line transformer maintenance ... 




Meter maintenance 


156.77 
20.65 

135.22 




118.31 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


163.65 
129.31 




141.21 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


735.80 

277.78 

9.32 


317.29 

142.80 

48.10 




271.42 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses ... 


719.25 
31.19 


196.10 
1.87 


Truck operation and maintenance . 




Interest 




402.01 

805.62 

2,356.00 

1,600.00 


2.35 


84.16 
533.92 
743.00 


75.52 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




287.73 


Depreciation 


1,037.00 
1,100.00 


615.00 


678.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,332.36 


25,097.60 


6,718.64 


8,391.55 


5,991.85 






Net surplus 


1,215.20 


1,642.85 


1,962.88 


1,966.81 


1,304.88 


















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


264 

45 
2 


555 

136 

15 


181 

47 
4 


186 

47 
9 


185 


Commercial light service 


53 


Power service 


7 






Total 


311 


706 


232 


242 


245 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



249 



*'B'*— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Brampton 
5.823 


Brantford 
32,174 


Brantford 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
760 


Burford 
P.V. 


$ c. 

45,913.12 

20,127.86 

22,108.07 

2,821.27 


$ c. 

183,220.23 
85,616.00 

300,374.22 

8,133.28 

32,561.44 


$ c. 

28,412.04 
4,508.25 
6,609.38 


$ c. 

5,220.34 

1,611.23 

244.85 


$ c. 

2,330.50 

1,921.22 

701.23 


$ c. 

4,667.62 

3,143.61 

963.89 


$ c. 

5,470.66 
1,852.29 
1,466.65 


6,526.99 


3,995.14 


876.00 


854.03 


1,269.75 


654.18 


136.06 


6,946.51 


61.90 




135.95 


339.00 


217.76 








97,633.37 


616,851.68 


43,586.71 


7,952.42 


5,942.93 


10,383.87 


9,661.54 


65,495.75 


471,752.85 
8,238.02 
3,072.55 

9,545.48 

942.00 

6,560.65 

5,724.00 

3,979.29 


27,609.96 


4,376.38 


3,101.87 


5,301.01 


6,450.07 


251.39 












1,401.93 
96.09 


1,633.62 

415.98 

1,091.59 

27.08 

1,091.57 


138.32 

8.26 

11.30 


281.58 

2.40 

30.84 


695.36 

56.00 

208.13 


104.52 


630.03 
1,923.80 


3.90 
2.25 


1,372.10 
35.45 


113.57 


92.83 


142.33 


57.60 


2,267.50 


10,520.10 

11254.61 

5,704.93 

2,024.30 

1,903.75 

9,500.00 

39,080.00 

13,500.00 


1,970.33 

2,411.92 

293.41 

494.41 


427.99 
8.95 
6.12 


359.20 

265.27 

10.45 




461.40 


2.093.10 
134.95 
591.35 


765.22 
10.90 


178.60 
11.57 


27.68 


235.67 
898.17 
648.00 




178.44 

1,578.84 

845.00 












6,457.00 
7,500.00 


3,452.00 


530.00 


625.00 














90,278.12 


603,302.53 


40,491.87 


6,872.73 


4,674.44 


9.781.23 


7,894.91 


7,355.25 


13,549.15 


3,094.84 


1.079.69 


1,268.49 


602.64 


1.766.63 
















1,584 

272 

53 


8,056 

1,212 

206 


1,325 
56 

7 


174 

20 

2 


124 
37 

4 


250 
69 

4 


245 

38 

3 


1,909 


9,474 


1,388 


196 


165 


323 


286 



250 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality . 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,425 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
687 


Chatham 
17,893 


Population 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,813.39 
599.23 
253.38 


$ c. 

6,923.18 
5,431.64 
2,270.42 


$ c. 

1,511.04 
785.95 
196.57 




$ c. 

3,924.85 

3,655.94 

893.16 


$ c, 

99,992.49 
100,399.07 

88,441.17 
7,248.74 

18.811.75 
3,594.82 
1,575.41 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


315.73 


1,945.32 


393.30 


1,500.15 
45.09 
59.10 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous ... 


34.50 


224.92 


110.98 




Total earnings 


3,016.23 


16,795.48 


2,997.84 


10,078.29 


320,063.45 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,055.68 


9,810.92 


1,725.74 


4,317.24 


162,537.87 
5,497.79 
5,834.68 

9,784.42 
1,885.32 
6,882.52 
4,449.56 

5,137.25 
4,144.21 
9,548.38 
15,198.61 
9,204.91 
2,909.28 
6,568.71 

14,532.34 

21,430.00 

15,000.00 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance ... . . 


35.60 
29.87 


1,213.80 

50.28 

291.25 

103.61 

320.45 
8.48 
864.55 
1,040.62 
144.82 
299.67 


11.62 


440.21 

64.08 

122.90 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 


4.23 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


41.86 


33.41 


194.60 


Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting 






604.35 

477.48 
87.86 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


149.38 


115.29 
5.72 


Truck oDeration and maintenance 




Interest 




54.29 
434.53 
163.00 


252.75 

1,425.25 

920.00 

50.00 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






Depreciation 


288.00 


936.00 


Other reserves 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


2,600.39 


15.084.45 


2,547.83 


8,956.72 


300,815.85 




Net surplus 


415.84 


1.711.03 


450.01 


1,121.57 


19,247.60 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


56 

16 

2 


447 

100 

10 


53 
12 

1 


181 

66 

6 


4,483 
786 
105 

5,374 


Commercial light service . . . 


Power service 




Total 


74 


557 


66 


253 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



251 



*'B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Chippawa 
1,320 


Clifford 
452 


Clinton 
1,922 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
341 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


$ c. 

8,658.41 

3,044.86 

46.67 


$ c. 

2,847.74 

1,733.38 

747.88 


$ c. 

14,829.37 
8,522.81 
5,008.35 
1,334.03 
2,744.68 
368.07 
660.70 


$ c. 

2,258.29 
1,891.23 
2,356.65 


$ c. 

2,758.68 

1,736.14 

334.96 


$ c. 

1,513.26 
743.84 


$ c. 

2,191.66 
1,169.45 
1,044.93 


1,156.38 


974.64 
595.00 




1,839.06 


1,014.54 


713.00 


480.00 


483.74 


233.66 


93.02 


276.20 


242.66 


187.50 


149.03 


14,979.04 


6,436.56 


33,468.01 


7,495.37 


5,552.44 


4,014.24 


5,038.81 


6,721.59 


3,977.00 


18,980.32 


4,921.80 


2,573.40 


2,070.14 


2,795.52 






100.00 

1,165.16 
19.75 

271.78 
381.45 

225.14 










811.50 
139.69 


64.44 


443.91 

4.50 

157.39 


66.72 

.50 

23.02 


9.36 


147.04 


523.29 
27.63 


179.51 


153.16 


18.26 
6.74 


316.11 
136.70 


66.36 


85.31 


54.21 


38.45 


21.80 


569.16 
710.21 
212.90 
294.34 


411.18 
20.40 
10.00 


841.13 

1,881.55 

61.60 

219.11 


213.38 
240.97 

7.78 


424.91 
46.50 
10.27 


195.88 

24.05 

5.96 


198.69 

53.95 

3.24 




276.01 
274.43 
425.00 


14.08 


191.89 
576.24 
519.00 


1.00 


54 95 






178.99 


922.00 


2,746.00 
3,500.00 


623.00 


290.00 


317.00 














11,385.12 


5,704.33 


30,392.99 


6,712.12 


4,486.66 


2,788.00 


3,796.18 


3,593.92 


732.23 


3,075.02 


783.25 


1,065.78 


1,226.24 


1,242.63 
















352 

46 

2 


131 
34 

2 


573 

117 

18 


115 

45 
4 


129 

28 
2 


78 
19 

1 


99 

27 

2 


400 


167 


708 


164 


159 


98 


128 



252 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Delhi 
1,908 


Dor- 
chester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
526 


Dresden 


Population .... 


1,529 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,037.56 
655.59 


$ c. 

11,924.64 

10,214.35 

7,638.68 


$ c. 

2,884.77 

1,055.74 

712.14 


$ c. 

3,445.96 
1,947.08 
1,276.67 


$ c. 
7,212.40 


Commercial light service 


6,507.55 


Commercial power service 


3,792.44 


Municipal power. . . 




258.21 


Street lighting 


271.43 


2,508.14 


723.41 


960.00 


2,160.18 


Merchandise 


681.51 


Miscellaneous 


46.65 


723.02 


129.95 


237.50 


383.97 






Total earnings 


3,011.23 


33,008.83 


5,506.01 


7,867.21 


20,996.26 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,760.10 


14,998.15 


2,787.14 


5,505.71 



11,829.64 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


45.73 


1,592.97 
258.42 
227.21 
615.19 

267.09 

153.18 

1,731.67 

1,503.21 

166.89 

280.30 

2,982.28 

3,175.58 

1,611.00 

1,900.00 


119.03 

1.35 

2.23 

62.42 

78.79 


111.61 


1,260.91 


Line transformer maintenance 


1.21 


Meter maintenance 


32.63 
8.75 

17.90 
135.13 
253.11 

46.07 


22.26 
18.66 

168.81 


462.86 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


158.37 
335.36 


Promotion of business 


2.00 


Billing and collecting 


197.62 
76.33 




769.41 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


446.82 
13.61 


719.28 
76.85 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 






427.87 


Tnf'prpcf 


35.95 
224.76 
206.00 


49.16 
230.56 
504.00 
525.00 


203.61 
486.55 
745.00 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




Depreciation 


1,002.00 


Other reserves 


2,000.00 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


2,766.13 


31,463.14 


4,633.63 


7,722.64 


19,045.76 






Net surplus 


245.10 


1,545.69 


872.38 


144.57 


1,950.50 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic Service . ... 


66 

15 


592 
150 

8 


148 

29 

2 


168 

61 

5 


469 


Commercial light service 


121 


Power service 


11 








Total 


81 


750 


179 


234 


601 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 253 

**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,163 


Dunnville 
4,069 


Dutton 

804 


East fork 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,048 


$ c. 

2,459.19 

1,084.64 

823.82 


$ c. 

1,262.88 

855.24 

1,517.53 


$ c. 

27,394.50 

14,647.45 

39,511.39 

514.91 

5,514.70 


$ c. 

16,931.84 

16,330.53 

16,067.99 

2,816.73 

3,647.70 


$ c. 

3,123.83 
2,514.99 
3,526.72 


$ c. 

241,405.89 

30,890.41 

40,372.53 

4,688.10 

23,838.01 


$ c. 

16,992.15 
9,636.31 
9,603.61 
1,735.37 


618.64 


530.32 


1,006.83 


1,998.67 


122.72 


39.02 


787.91 


1,041.31 


287.37 


64.29 


1,276.80 


5,109.01 


4,204.99 


88,370.86 


56,836.10 


10,459.74 


341,259.23 


41,242.91 


3,615.48 


2,643.85 


64,082.06 
702.35 


25,750.80 
470.62 


7,560.31 


192,796.46 
1,381.12 


26,248.20 











440.60 


74.35 


5,858.56 

159.14 

1,375.77 

84.25 

504.51 


2,665.46 
150.27 
821.60 


280.99 

12.56 

152.94 


12,260.29 

525.50 

4,525.45 

6,623.52 

1,953.56 

65.00 

15,420.78 

14,426.11 

959.24 


1,334.65 
86 67 


263.53 


94.97 
48.86 

118.68 


506.82 
74 60 


107.17 


683.94 


125.15 


353.23 


534.79 




1,362.46 
2,347.16 

688.45 
1,011.88 

750.99 

2,040.01 

5,799.00 

50.00 


1,070.55 

1,520.35 

216.13 

194.09 

1,420.75 

4,140.17 

4,511.00 

6,500.00 


458.30 
189.23 


860 80 


30.66 
1.22 


331.11 
8.00 


1,146.40 
184 19 






252 93 


39.85 






7,345.08 
22,051.17 
18,820.00 


446 04 


252.88 






2 069 02 


402.00 


396.30 


771.00 


2,891.00 
2 500 00 












5,688.18 


3,716.12 


86,816.59 


50,115.73 


9,550.48 


299,153.28 


38,954.55 




488.87 


1,554.27 


6,720.37 


909.26 


42,105.95 


2,288.36 


579.17 
















85 
26 

1 


57 

27 

2 


1,372 

190 

37 


1,026 

210 

28 


226 
66 
11 


11,108 

489 

41 


549 
120 

24 


112 


86 


1,599 


1,264 


303 


11.638 


693 



254 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population . 


Elora 
1,208 


Embro 
420 


Erieau 
*243 


Erie 
Beach 

t24 


Essex 
1,952 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

8,559.41 
4,626.46 
4,624.42 


$ c. 

3,369.35 

1,235.29 

763.45 


$ c. 

4,224.42 

1,611.75 

584.35 


$ c. 

1,623.19 
210.69 


$ c. 
8,664.84 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


8,412.55 
7,440.72 




1,399 75 


Street lierhtiner 


1,324.20 

54.62 

439.52 


621.12 


495.00 




2,355 65 


Merchandise 






Miscellaneous 


87.59 






814.94 










Total earnings 


19,628.63 


6,076.80 


6,915.52 


1,833.88 


29,088 45 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


13,634.66 


3,958.63 


4,662.53 


820.32 


16,308.03 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,324.71 


127.43 


160.18 
50.74 
59.74 
18.86 

85.44 


16.78 
25.46 

28.77 


777.12 


Line transformer maintenance 


24.70 


Meter maintenance 


107.24 


16.91 
20.00 

231.98 


611.93 


Consumers' premises expenses 


36.82 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


317.88 




424.12 


Promotion of business 




110.50 


Billing and collecting 


878.96 
584.25 
183.04 
324.50 


347.00 
85.80 


505.96 

443.31 

22.40 


155.79 

208.75 

0.50 


1,293.57 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed e'xpenses 


2,011.52 
326.15 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 
Interest . . 




381 . 94 




71.84 
549.02 
552.00 


51.53 
236.17 
119.00 


776.28 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






771.83 


Depreciation 


1,441.00 


623.00 


2,471.00 


Other reserves 


1.500.00 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


18,796.24 


5,410.75 


7,182.02 


1,663.07 


27,825.51 






Net surplus 


832.39 


666.05 




170.81 


1,262.94 


Net loss 


266.50 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


357 

68 

4 


119 

36 

2 


190 

15 

2 


83 
3 


516 


Commercial light service 


127 


Power service 


20 








Total 


429 


157 


207 


86 


663 











*Summer population 993. fSummer Population 324. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



255 



''B" — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Etobicoke 

IT 


Exeter 
1,582 


Fergus 

2,787 


Fonthill 
919 


Forest 
1,569 


Forest 

Hill 

12,779 


Gait 
14,858 


$ c. 

191,834.22 

30,092.12 

31,697.38 

6,435.07 

13,956.98 


$ c. 

13,426.90 

7,386.74 

3,603.72 

497.61 

2,781.89 

394.82 

971.67 


$ c. 

21,327.71 
9,495.26 

24,139.42 

669.49 

2,408.58 


$ c. 

6,093.58 

1,976.39 

267.64 

226.03 

1,339.00 


$ c. 

13,073.65 
7,273.28 
4,024.86 
1,169.01 
2,430.90 
219.02 
728.70 


$ c. 

209,326.15 

26,761.60 

2,835.70 

554.56 

8,733.51 


$ c. 

115,080.24 

58,014.26 

157,676.10 

4,432.42 

15,024.58 

535.31 


585.93 


120.00 


51.37 


3,968.23 


4,000.34 


274,601.70 


29,063.35 


58,160.46 


9,954.01 


28,919.42 


252,179.75 


354,763.25 


171,056.76 


17,498.13 


37,632.63 


4,822.97 


17,392.10 


148,345.92 


268,293.06 
5,747.19 












598.59 

8,527.85 

431.91 

1,611.86 

5,662.89 

307.73 


16.10 


10,874.15 
494 84 


1,273.83 
154.68 
207.58 
185.12 

517.05 


1,719.58 

399.10 

662.26 

24.72 

383.20 

1.90 

1,273.45 

1,084.05 

247.42 

460.17 

409.30 

1,656.07 

2,176.93 

5,000.00 


551.09 

101.38 

130.92 

9.75 

161.62 


1,942.70 


4,519.33 
354 34 


2,259.83 
10,571.75 

610.15 


220.42 
646.08 

268.99 
24.42 

945.59 
1,149.30 

260.89 
79.95 

139.74 

1,236.37 
1,948.00 
1,300.00 


1,898.46 
1,452.07 

2,159.36 
2,374 06 


9,137.41 
6,255.50 
3,025.72 
1,726.21 


1,239.72 

1,679.11 

47.12 

134.95 


713.55 

232.04 

10.20 


5,728.18 

6,718.78 

812.24 

630.25 

11,033.50 

14,786.71 

14,044.00 


4,450.76 

6,965.78 

3,307.66 

448.26 


5,327.13 


357.21 

1,280.52 

681.00 


1 049 62 


14,528.68 




9,761 51 


16,662.00 
10,000.00 


2,051.00 
2.000.00 


30,825.00 
5,500.00 










262,530.13 


26,988.29 


53,130.78 


9,052.25 


27,554.55 


219,240.41 


349,122.56 


12,071.57 


2,075.06 


5,029.68 


901.76 


1,364.87 


32,939.34 


5,640.69 
















5,521 

290 

41 


525 

119 
14 


772 

118 

13 


287 

34 

3 


485 

130 

19 


3,387 

254 

25 


4,168 
497 
115 


5,852 


658 


903 


324 


634 


3,666 


4,780 



256 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



George- 
town 
2,498 



Glencoe 

764 



Goderich 
4,886 



Granton 
P.V. 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous. 



20,977.74 
8,464.17 

31,790.53 

660.25 

2,871.64 



714.91 



4,864.90 
4,217.45 
1,639.35 
1,916.40 
1,848.90 
96.71 
255.85 



35,244.93 

18,388.41 

15,438.02 

3,120.44 

4,383.53 

317.20 

964.67 



$ 

2,126.04 
1,144.49 



359.06 



95.59 



Total earnings 



65,479.24 



14,839.56 



77,852.20 



3,725.18 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation. 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main 

tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting. 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistiibuted expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 

on debentures 



47,488.40 



7,740.36 



46,760.85 
1,760.37 



2,214.05 



1,526.73 
359.56 

1,032.91 
295.16 

459.21 



1,543.80 

8.52 

218.82 



116.56 



2,663.91 
600.01 
813.00 
265.38 

477.79 



182.89 



27.56 
1.18 

41.15 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



1,929.10 

1,154.92 

173.16 

478.88 

159.83 

1,293.15 

2,658.00 



691.28 
697.56 
181.56 



1,403.00 
500.00 



2,184.42 

1,688.85 

161.83 

407.57 

1,442.72 

3,490.67 

7,430.00 



294.02 

115.06 

4.00 



52.92 
201.35 
312.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



59,009.01 



13.101.46 



70,147.37 



3,446.18 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



6,470.23 



1,738.10 



7,704.83 



279.00 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



815 
129 

28 



224 

79 

9 



1,324 

246 

20 



Total 



972 



312 



1,590 



107 



*11 months' operation. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Guelph 
22,685 


Hagersville 
1,429 


Hamilton 
160,813 


Harriston 
1,287 


Harrow 
1.086 


Hensall 
680 


Hespeler 
2,967 


$ c. 

118,637.67 
58,572.57 

127,646.95 
13,825.25 


$ c. 

7,546.79 

6,480.30 

19,021.49 


$ c. 

956,015.83 

513,723.17 

2,821,612.30 

83,060.45 

110,599.48 


$ c. 

7,654.87 
5,028.11 
5,812.21 

372.73 

1,555.32 

9.51 

282.88 


$ c. 

10,852.37 
5,323.08 
3,740.60 


$ c. 

4,597.12 
2,422.56 
3,015.10 


$ c. 

18,721.41 
5,089.03 

57,097.67 
1,023.61 


19,209.30 


2,140.70 


1,367.26 

123.36 

15.00 


9§2.03 


3,203.59 


1,314.25 


1,084.29 


85,464.11 


300.60 


604.28 


339,205.99 


36,273.57 


4,570,475.34 


20,715.63 


21,421.67 


11,317.41 


85,739.59 


261,320.96 


26,527.69 


3,333,416.11 
73,559.80 
11,978.99 

40,478.47 

7,163.63 

33,986.00 

50,480.55 

18,141.13 
17,186.31 
71,943.50 
56,553.86 
32,791.39 


14,828.02 


15,492.90 


6,244.55 


68,526.12 


2,989.72 










47 83 


7,974.31 
1,598.09 


2,131.22 

101.19 

403.61 

34.35 

392.48 


1,402.93 


489.07 

39.98 

312.08 

321.13 

422.03 

27.00 

1,064.10 

518.85 
40.57 


686.24 


3,698.53 
60 45 


4,271.61 
151.32 

6,058.90 
90.38 


165.24 
221.37 

233.04 


22.75 
12.92 

202.61 


183.46 
677.15 

309.31 
18.50 


6,308.35 

10,312.45 

3,269.24 


704.70 
607.19 

58.13 
334.81 

36.29 

354.02 
1,514.00 
1,500.00 


830.46 
344.66 
102.04 
92.59 
216.60 

803.61 

1,373.00 


315.47 

280.21 

20.08 


1,149.87 

1,526.78 

637.78 

219.58 




55,801.23 
278,679.10 
163,510.57 




166.45 
526.05 
905.00 


849 07 






2,883 . 19 


21,056.00 


1,222.00 


3,586.00 














325,401.33 


34,699.68 


4,245,670.64 


20,613.56 


19,949.71 


9,382.33 


84,373.62 


13,804.66 


1,573.89 


324,804.70 


102.07 


1,471.96 


1,935.08 


1,365.97 
















5,611 
793 
134 


408 

112 

14 


41,466 
5,236 
1,322 


388 

104 

11 


332 
90 

7 


217 
60 
14 


824 
85 
28 


6,538 


534 


48,024 


503 


429 


291 


937 



9— H.E. 



258 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . 


Highgate 
312 


Humber- 
stone 
2,896 


Ingersoll 
5,616 


Jar vis 


Kingsville 


Population 


2,367 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,683.02 
791.50 

1,231.00 

29.58 

562.23 


$ c. 

11,561.37 
3,761.60 
5,561.27 


$ c. 

33,205.13 

17,861.94 

43,437.84 

1,674.59 

4,749.54 

234.66 


$ c. 

3,021.96 
2,189.22 
3,594.25 


$ c. 
14,745.37 


Commercial light service 


8,842.46 


Commercial power service 


5,003.17 


Municipal power . . .' 


1,127.84 


Street lichtine . . 


1,653.68 


838.49 


2,809.09 


^Merchandise 




Miscellaneous .... 


133.98 


780.40 


332.98 


1 274 07 








Total earnings 


4,431.31 


23,318.32 


101,163.70 


9,976.90 


33,802.00 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,935.19 


12,821.15 


78,224.06 
183.43 


6,952.75 


17,780.30 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


8.63 


1,403.25 

66.25 

418.75 


3,235.82 
252.73 
867.54 

1,029.01 

1,188.29 

643.00 

1,582.02 

4,656.37 

809.11 

354.83 

57.36 


107.28 


1936.13 


Line transformer maintenance 


39.86 


Meter maintenance , . 


142.84 


97.40 


606 82 


Consumers' premises expenses 


52.44 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


55.29 


176.63 


15.30 


420.05 


Promotion of business 


19.76 


Billing and collecting 


300.45 

151.35 

11.27 


1,021.97 

465.37 

28.05 

161.48 

365.74 

2,000.00 

1,268.00 

1,500.00 


541.23 
64.22 

7.77 


2,009.91 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


1,544.96 
494 78 


Truck operation and maintenance . . 


183 34 


Interest . .• 




90.75 
789.40 
582.00 


1,292 68 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




1,141.03 


Depreciation .... 


512.00 


5,078.00 
1,700.00 


2 711 00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,117.02 


21,696.64 


99,861.57 


9,248.10 


30,233.06 






Net surplus 


314.29 


1,621.68 


1,302.13 


728.80 


3 568.94 


Net loss 














■ * 


Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


104 

35 

6 


715 
79 
11 


1,503 
224 

44 


159 

41 

3 


632 


Commercial light service 


157 


Power service 


20 






Total 


145 


805 


1,771 


203 


809 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



i«B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Kitchener 
34,734 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
1,010 


Leamington 
5,534 


Listowiel 
3,002 


London 
76,086 


$ c. 

242,443.09 

141,995:57 

378,911.28 

28,636 80 


$ c. 

3,385.59 

1,226.02 

218.27 

425.11 

745.27 


$ c. 

8,548.33 

1,252.65 

177.50 


$ c. 

28,529.26 

18,811.14 

19,048.68 

2,038.90 

5„864.21 


$ c. 

17,639.60 

12,966.94 

18,246.89 

1,077.65 

4,520.67 

75.73 

690.56 


$ c. 

576,855.00 

227,754.20 

439,760.70 

90,062 77 


32,085.37 


804.00 


55,001.89 
1,636.70 


4,744.96 


60.97 


118.42 


1,336.11 


36,697.48 


828,817.07 


6,061.23 


10,900.90 


75,628.30 


55,218.04 


1,427,768.74 


603,723.34 

13,645.47 


4,055.99 


7,083.26 


50,769.99 


39,298.15 


899,234.52 
13,589.91 


4 029.60 








212.05 

2,470.82 
359.84 
515.93 
243.59 

683.11 

2.30 

1,239.39 

1,032.40 

134.51 

321.14 


21,468.32 


15,945.11 
2,096.44 
7,167.49 
2,780.24 


166.41 


2&2.59 

1.90 

295.89 

150 : 48 

87.90 


2,912.98 

6.17 

903.24 

28.07 

807.97 

52.90 

1,838.24 

3,583.24 

782.49 

486.75 


13,561.94 
4,285.42 


149.93 


23,176.01 
4,669.80 


8,990.27 
147.62 


91.09 


10,165.60 
8,024.07 


13,078.59 

13,708.88 

6,460.62 


317.82 
50.60 


466.80 

163.98 

16.04 


26,649.52 
38,572.14 
31,440. 1& 






5,366.23 


6,362.66 




280.96 
1,070.40 
1,228.00 


17,851.01 


37,884.19 








28,273.40 


49,412.00 


539.00 
200.00 


5,006.00 
4,200.00 


3,906.00 
2,500.00 


131,998.52 
75,000.00 








785,432.52 


5,570.84 


11,135.20 


71,378.04 


52,919.23 


1,353,326.59 


43 384 55 


490.39 




4,250.26 


2,298.81 


74,442 15 




234.30 














8,426 

1,077 

263 


136 

21 

3 


242 

12 

2 


1,627 

272 

33 


795 

157 

23 


18,988 

1,933 

452 


9,766 


160 


256 


1,932 


975 


21,373 



260 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


London 

17: 


Long 

Branch 

4,600 


Lucan 
621 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 


Population 


1,126 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

15,015.07 
1,994.22 
1,747.19 


$ c. 

34,788.69 
6,674.31 
4,397.77 
1,223.12 
4,371.31 


$ c. 

4,702.25 
2,358.93 
1,322.86 


$ c. 

2,823.71 
769.18 
822.61 


$ c. 
8,194.55 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


3,086.99 

2,727.48 

349 03 


Municipal power 


Street liorhtinef 


1,143.50 


1,436.08 


434.98 


1648 38 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


252.83 


203.50 


222.05 


38.77 


421.93 






Total earnings 


20,152.81 


51,658.70 


10,042.17 


4,889.25 


16,428.36 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


13,037.75 


28,149.35 


4,905.33 


3,124.40 


9,468.99 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


549.18 


2,971.06 
136.09 

472.22 
500.54 

368.88 


360.39 


76.31 
14.57 


867.34 


Line transformer maintenance 


28.60 


Mjeter maintenance 


26.50 
312.77 

306.21 


259.68 
123.10 

169.18 

1.18 

549.51 

486.61 

18.27 


51.35 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




118.39 


28.87 


195.47 


Promotion of business 


4.00 


Billing and collecting 


735.50 

479.50 

4.91 


3,227.97 

2,245.08 

944.60 




999.38 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


216.48 
29.25 


19.53 
20.98 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 


233.65 


Interest 


395.24 

822.83 

1,250.00 


246.86 
2,243.07 
3,092.00 
4,000.00 


97.17 
401.38 
836.00 


59.62 
249.66 
366.00 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




Depreciation 


1,087.00 


Other reserves 


1,500.00 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


17,920.39 


48,597.72 


8,207.80 


4,165.16 


14,594.68 






Net surolus 


2,232.42 


3,060.98 


1,834.37 


724.09 


1,833.68 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service . .... 


478 

20 

5 


1.533 

102 

9 


170 

49 

6 


102 

17 

2 


337 


Commercial light service 


71 


Power service 


9 






Total 


503 


1,644 


225 


121 


417 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 


Milton 
1,922 


Milverton 
995 


Mimico 
7,641 


Mitchell 
1,678 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c. 

2,519.21 

2,186.24 

855.46 


$ c. 

17,682.9^ 

4,ia0.68 

192,197.42 

1,927.86 

3,360.86 


$ c. 

13,906.11 

7,167.47 

26,726.78 


$ c. 

5,425.93 
4,529.07 
3,254:59 
513.02 
1,022.70 


$ c. 

64,161.00 

11,141.38 

6,801.64 

8,761.90 

7,880.63 


$ c. 

13,041.52 
6,285.38 
5,401.83 
1,151.81 
2,610.89 
1,674.59 
554.59 


$ c. 

1,090.85 

1,527.99 

46.43 


701.88 


2,199.09 

316.94 

1,355.43 


350.00 


435.07 


634.68 


195.60 


1,561.39 


62.57 


6,697.86 


219,994.43 


51,671.82 


14,940.91 


100,307.94 


30,720.61 


3,077.84 


2,900.08 


180,860.19 
332.82 


31,973.74 


9,675.25 


55,934.61 


19,702.20 


1,791.42 




439.69 

2,964.91 

38.86 

479.02 

208.07 

169.68 




421.50 

7,769.29 

211.35 

1,201.45 

1,877.98 

898.70 


437.37 

657.06 
119.23 
387.08 
456.77 

441.11 




482.68 


2,879.85 

30.06 

640.97 

34.20 

596.68 


781.13 


18.65 


125.91 
110.01 


131.71 
4.20 

330.61 


34.50 


172.72 


30.15 


301.23 


2,235.77 

2,232.73 

248.76 

289.95 

255.31 

2,434.59 

4,553.00 

12,000.00 


776.49 
1,191.01 
115.33 
299.97 
107.15 

1,133.15 

2,831.00 

4,500.00 


777.40 

372.03 

32.38 


3,475.60 

1,504.46 

346.16 

457.42 
1,899.58 

7,069.91 

7,449.00 

4,500.00 


982.72 

1,422.77 

603.44 

653.23 

20.11 




290.14 
1.75 


169.89 






41.97 


12.88 




699.53 




519.00 


882.00 


3,715.00 


269.00 










5,645.02 


209,624.88 


47,228.07 


12,999.59 


95,017.01 


29,598.09 


2,313.61 


1,052.84 


10,369.55 


4,443.75 


1,941.32 


5,290.93 


1,122.52 


764.23 
















126 

50 

3 


856 
61 
16 


540 

102 

17 


257 

74 
10 


2,155 

144 

23 


511 

128 

22 


57 

25 

1 


179 


933 


659 


341 


2,322 


661 


83 



262 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 
Brydges 


Newbury 
245 


New 

Hamburg 

1,438 


New 

Toronto 

7,855 


Niagara 
Falls 
19,726 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,961.13 

988.28 

1,037.78 


$ c. 

1,208.61 
552.10 
197.30 


$ c. 

10,782.05 
4,724.25 
7,891.11 


$ c. 

42,963.44 

21,013.53 

254,798.61 

14,191.73 

7,560.24 


$ c. 
137,773.20 


Commercial light service 


73,733.75 


Commercial power service 


95,045.66 


Municipal power 


14,347.34 


Street lighting 


819.27 


696.80 


2,040.00 
109.05 
355.45 


26,241.24 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


311.78 


61.58 


2,975.61 


3,513.32 






Total earnings 


6,118.24 


2,716.39 


25,901.91 


343,503.16 


350,654.51 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,934.16 


1,012.51 


16,528.37 
261.49 


288,106.15 


184,930.10 


Substation operation 


11,638.55 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


106.33 


118.49 


1,569.69 
135.00 
359.47 
186.63 

341.70 


6,860.67 

122.58 

2,078.21 

32.99 

947.87 


10,388.64 


Line transformer maintenance 


296.10 


Meter maintenance 


114.77 


9.95 


6,684.04 


Consumers premises expenses 


3,105.44 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


19.58 


54.19 


1,675.91 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting, . . 


258.67 
125.14 


74.86 
156.82 


696.56 

1,063.27 

331.53 

349.95 


3,185.04 

7,912.82 

1,329.14 

775.16 

48.38 

472.03 

7,922.00 

12,000.00 


8,976.99 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


10,178.44 
5,046.28 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 






1,905.12 


Interest 


43.09 
247.28 
469.00 




5,393.83 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






24,359.54 


Depreciation 

Other reserves 


420.00 


1,758.00 
1,600.00 


31,973.00 
225.00 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,318.02 


1,846.82 


25,181.66 


331,793.04 


306,776.98 






Net surplus 


1,800.22 


869.57 


720.25 


11,710.12 


43,877.53 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


156 

36 

5 


62 

18 

1 


367 
94 
13 


1,951 

228 

39 


4,879 


Commercial light service 


756 


Power service 


102 






Total 


196 


81 


474 


2,218 


5,737 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

2,019 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1.297 


Oil Springs 
506 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,419 


Paris 
4,604 


$ c. 

17,213.82 
7,765.07 
3,949.73 
1,456.55 


$ c. 

233,812.65 

52,654.69 

94,931.84 

6,233.12 

5,502.89 


$ c. 

8,899.36 

4,846.55 

1,408.33 

497.97 

2,153.23 

835.15 

233.74 


$ c. 

1,882.15 
1.338.51 
5,759.04 


$ c. 

2,534.24 
1,912.43 

464.45 
76.30 

868.12 


$ c. 

10.813.41 

5,090.18 

6,103.81 

762.16 

2,559.99 

187.52 

160.00 


$ c. 

25,692.20 
9,127.60 

23,361.55 
1.105.13 


3,638.14 
190.81 


639.81 


5.503.00 


316.46 


980.27 


389.85 


79.07 


1.346.88 


34,530.58 


394,115.46 


18.874.33 


10,009.36 


5,934.61 


25.677.07 


66,136.36 


17,896.69 


219,222.87 
557.74 


12,001.15 


6,350.22 


3,292.64 


17,963.91 


43.484.66 
976.85 


248.66 








335.05 

376.55 

188.48 
291.98 
980.64 

288.26 




2,080.06 
146.03 


19,943.70 
2,948.12 
3,944.53 
2,952.03 

1,202.36 


1,578.05 

77.26 

247.10 

266.25 

223.49 


452.10 

27.34 

335.53 

18.77 

114.54 

40.02 

607.52 

244.42 

41.50 


212.48 


3,728.84 
418.69 


976.11 
297.62 


10.65 


1.031.41 
195.80 


589.44 


104.87 


1.363.60 


1,641.48 

1,381.88 

213.44 

645 37 


10,517.26 
8,279.70 
2,746.46 
6,166.92 

13,755.53 

31,936.81 
20,919.00 


667.62 
777.38 

74.48 
173.06 

20.61 

356.61 
1,205.00 


349.30 

307.68 

1.51 


860.69 
506.36 

41.43 
199.55 

27.69 

426.09 
1,695.00 


1,656.57 

1.250.13 

132.56 

628.70 


753 . 68 






127.47 


1,556.07 






1,127.73 


2,600.00 


1,046.00 


644.00 


6,661.00 
















31.026.53 


345,093.03 


17,668.06 


9,277.96 


4,923.13 


24,181.68 


62,784.01 


3,504.05 


49,022.43 


1.206.27 


731.40 


1,011.48 


1,495.39 


3,352.35 






.... . . . 










600 

104 

12 


6,415 
308 

47 


386 

89 

9 


104 
32 
32 


140 

45 

4 


397 
102 

14 


1.208 

192 

25 


716 


6,770 


484 


168 


189 


513 


1,425 



264 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
907 


Petrolia 
2,681 


Platts- 
ville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,175 


Port ■ 


Population 


Colborne 
6,903 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,712.19 

3,260.84 

978.53 

510.90 

1,556.45 


$ c. 

13,264.81 

8,863.68 

24,871.66 


$ c. 

2,830.33 
1,441.03 
2,350.98 


$ c. 

6,340.90 

2,560.86 

45,082.95 


$ c. 
33,904.81 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


21,998.32 

20,466.58 

7,009.42 


Street lighting 


2,760.42 

79.14 

648.35 


397.07 


1,775.50 
133.95 
572.10 


8,751 . 62 


Merchandise 


2,195.67 


Miscellaneous 


165.00 


119.60 


2,150.54 






Total earnings 


12,183.91 


50,488.06 


7,139.01 


56,466.26 


96,476.96 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


7,292.35 


30,372.84 


4,674.35 


48,940.19 


46,020 45 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


190.59 

147.34 

116.87 

98.16 

110.97 


4,646.03 

58.35 

485.09 

121.00 

506.16 
103.44 
1,274.90 
2,574.72 
198.64 
383.20 
468.48 

1,943.93 

4,057.00 

117.50 


180.85 


299.27 

37.58 

177.32 

6.50 

350.97 

8.83 

907.61 

910.01 

15.35 


5,966.72 


Line transformer maintenance 


1,349.53 


Meter maintenance 


13.50 


1008.74 


Consumers' premises expenses 


134.23 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


23.14 


3,509.33 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


411.07 

122.07 

3.22 


263.31 

27.98 
6.62 


2,405.30 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


2,759.45 
1,238.82 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 


498.05 


Interest 


28.41 

396.60 

987.00 

1,200.00 


46.41 
294.26 
369.00 


139.82 

732.02 

1,453.00 

1,000.00 


1,663.91 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


6,097.28 


Depreciation 


6,434.00 


Other reserves . 


8,000.00 








Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


11,104.65 


47,311.28 


5,899.42 


54,978.47 


87,085.81 






Net surplus. 


1,079.26 


3,176.78 


1,239.59 


1,487.79 


9,391.15 


Net loss. 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


294 

57 

6 


770 

162 

62 


117 

24 
2 


329 

44 
9 


1,602 


Commercial light service 


237 


Power service 


29 






Total 


357 


994 


143 


382 


1,868 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Port 
Credit 
1,728 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,517 


Port 
Dover 

1,784 


Port 
Rowati 


Port 

Stanley 
859 


Preston 
6,606 


Princeton 
P.V. 


$ c. 

18,515.56 
7,744.84 
4,216.89 
1,254.45 


$ c. 

20,148.10 
4,196.14 
7,578.88 


$ c. 

10.562.14 
5.436.71 
5,286.20 


$ c. 

2,931.80 

2,229.69 

107.76 


$ c. 

16,404.17 

4,865.98 

3,134.47 

907.61 

2,516.99 


$ c. 

36,095.34 

20,199.76 

62,368.81 

1,242.04 

5,527.81 


$ c. 

2,663.38 

920.41 

2,202.81 


2,770.81 


1,584.91 


2,412.00 


792.70 


468.00 


382.91 


547.07 


175.71 


170.00 


452.40 


886.01 


125.17 


34,885.46 


34,055.10 


23,872.76 


6,231.95 


28,281.62 


126,319.77 


6,379.77 


20,486.21 


23,045.12 


14,025.91 


3,897.16 


16,451.45 


96,325.31 

4,937.76 

21.30 

2,535.83 
217.45 

1,018.13 
542.13 

587.49 


4,870.31 














1,736.03 
120.36 


2,703.20 
170.84 
466.50 
138.31 

358.02 


2,149.80 

26.44 

758.64 

26.12 

257.83 


166.64 

16.80 

2.40 


2,551.15 

4.16 

468.54 

180.00 

319.60 


62.49 


901.15 
689.90 


10.13 


436.80 


97.26 


71.38 


1,179.69 
559.38 
109.56 


1,485.56 

1,298.56 

224.17 

573.85 

30.93 

411.29 

1,396.00 

100.00 


570.79 

1,136.15 

227.80 

468.61 

6.16 


320.99 

62.95 

6.76 


915.71 
915.29 

75.74 
443.06 


1,743.95 

2,715.17 

756.56 

516.63 

827.67 

3,665.87 

10,778.00 


209.70 
62.06 






109.58 


282.95 
676.08 
497.00 


31.45 


342.16 




199 48 


2,251.00 
2,500.00 


1,932.00 


1,839.00 
2,000.00 


299.00 












31,421.82 


32,402.35 


21,586.25 


6,026.99 


26,163.70 


127,189.25 


5,816.00 


3,463.64 


1,652.75 


2,286.51 


204.96 


2,117.92 




563 77 




869.48 
















606 

88 
10 


675 
63 
12 


738 
85 
16 


151 

40 

2 


772 
95 
11 


1,637 
225 

46 


90 
22 

3 


704 


750 


839 


193 


878 


1,908 


115 



266 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,345 


Ridge- 
town 
1,949 


Riverside 
5,525 


Rockwood 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 

Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,634.77 
1.808.86 


$ c. 

10,644.76 

4,289.34 

1,872.67 

379.45 

1,508.33 


$ c. 

9,060.20 
7,445.42 
5,648.19 
1,182.87 
3,269.14 
146.48 
729.46 


$ c. 

42,087.09 
6,022.09 
3,398.80 
3,797.34 
3,825.54 
472.92 
1,189.29 


$ c. 
4,329.90 


Commercial light service 


883.90 


Commercial power service 


28.43 


Municipal power . 






Street lighting 


410.70 


801.80 


Merchandise 


22.67 


Miscellaneous 


69.96 


65.15 


40.24 






Total earnings 


5,924.29 


18,759.70 


27,481.76 


60,793.07 


6,106.94 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,660.43 


11,537.98 


15,701.48 


30,943.97 


3,269.70 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


140.13 

61.65 

7.50 

121.41 

100.11 


650.81 
53.67 
28.15 

314.30 

229.40 


1,590.61 

10.01 

441.65 

402.46 

790.78 


1,962.03 
153.37 
906.64 
985.25 

761.46 

50.00 

2,288.71 

3,388.36 

633.69 

493.46 

741.64 

3,676.03 

5,025.00 


172.57 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


46.42 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


32.35 
110.69 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


285.29 

269.08 

6.74 


1,163.06 
312.77 

4.64 


1,891.16 
958.56 
241.36 
713.50 
182.02 

604.26 

1,892.00 

1,000.00 




General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses . . . 


630.42 
9.04 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


36.88 

81.48 

476.00 


15.00 

310.25 

794.00 

1,500.00 


77.45 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


123.15 


Depreciation 


597.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,246.70 


16,914.03 


26,419.85 


52,009.61 


5,068.79 






Net surplus 


1,677.59 


1,845.67 


1,061.91 


8,783.46 


1,038.15 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


83 
15 


392 

74 
13 


593 

136 

19 


1,475 
60 
14 


174 


Commercial light service 


26 


Power service 


1 








Total . . 


98 


479 


748 


1,549 


201 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Rodney 
721 


St. Catharines 
30,406 


St. Clair 

Beach 

145 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,017 


$ c. 

3,260.84 
2,343.80 
2,041.18 


$ c. 

177,614.95 
102,655.24 
459,166.24 


$ c. 

2,887.99 

2,374.86 

182.49 


$ c. 

3,271.44 
1,517.01 
2,520.16 


$ c. 

4,055.25 

1,789.58 
4,479.27 


$ c. 

27,706.35 

10,166.69 

21,841.59 

3,004.98 


1,222.87 


27,344.71 




480.66 


421.45 


4,855.00 








79.00 


1,944.26 


210.94 


216.92 


229.06 


497.76 


8,947.69 


768,725.40 


5,656.28 


8,006.19 


10,974.60 


68,072.37 


5,602.12 


565,506.23 
7,100.63 


3,007.65 


5,063.79 


7,949.64 


42,276.13 
2,029.32 










268 . 46 


435.05 


18,560.28 

650.87 

9,241.61 

1,643.47 

4,291.00 

493.07 

16,819.00 

11,307.26 

5,689.56 

3,618.71 

7,580.00 

5,568.29 

26,716.00 

55,000.00 


173.80 


128.47 


22.96 


2,895.09 
90.16 


88.92 


7.45 


138.64 


123.15 


1,435.07 
1,415.23 


153.74 




143.19 


66.63 


735.55 






116 14 


334.81 

527.06 

16.86 


293.08 

130.20 

1.62 


494.21 

128.14 

9.14 


404.70 

213.43 

15.92 


1,389.82 

2,509.62 

1,226.01 

388 . 52 






61.26 
351.57 
420.00 


5.95 


974 42 






1 931 55 


620.00 


474.00 


451.00 


6,347.00 
1,100.00 












7,778.56 


739,785.98 


4,087.80 


6,938.41 


9,253.37 


67,128.09 


1,169.13 


28,939.42 


1,568.48 


1,067.78 


1,721.23 


944.28 














239 

71 
6 


8,327 

1,046 

208 


97 
6 

1 


161 
32 

1 


137 
29 

7 


1,020 

164 

3& 


316 


9,581 


104 


194 


173 


1,222. 



268 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



St. Thomas 
17.789 



Samia 
17,911 



Scarborough 
Twp. 
V.A. 



Seaforth 
1,691 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting , 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings . 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



$ c. 

135,326.67 

56,891.62 

61,243.27 

7,811.56 

14,711.01 



$ 



c. 



3,767.19 



99,174.35 

58,686.23 

210,800.73 

4,482.71 
17,963.03 

1,049.71 
10,856.95 



$ c. 

128,402.23 
25,953.50 
19,159.80 
15,460.99 
15,582.98 



947.12 



279,751.32 



403,013.71 



205,506.62 



190,397.51 

10,138.12 

886.13 

9,231.15 

694.52 

2,676.25 

9,431.51 

2,875.91 
3,354.83 
7,655.28 
10,674.82 
5,323.50 



18.596.00 



293,466.10 

13,086.77 

588.51 

7,012.58 

341.57 

6,075.59 

1,556.41 

4,901.26 

647.04 

9,396.74 

13,107.21 

7,359.66 

1,735.14 

515.17 

2,850.50 

24,031.00 

8,000.00 



104,941.04 

'"i38!58 

8,504.62 

777.05 

3,875.13 

1,611.73 

2,453.82 



7,329.47 
5,324.34 
1,653.34 
2,135.71 
3,093.36 

11,069.77 

16,913.00 

17,000.00 



271,935.53 



394,671.25 



186,820.96 



7,815.79 



8,342.46 



18,685.66 



$ 



c. 



11,389.85 

7,188.28 

7,147.62 

724.09 

2,096.00 

18.31 

92.48 



28,656.63 



21,283.34 

" "78:90 

1,168.90 

75.69 

281.03 

535.56 

295.95 



1,076.00 
975.45 
129.08 
453.55 



2,438.00 



28,791.45 



134.82 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



4,607 

599 

82 

5,288 



4,943 

621 

86 

5,650 



5,552 

371 

38 

5,961 



505 

104 

19 

628 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Simcoe 
5,955 


Smithville 
P.V. 


Springfield 
417 


Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,219 


Stratford 
16,880 


Strathroy 
2,873 


$ c. 

27,541.38 

32,005.11 

26,651.53 

1,750.62 


$ c. 

4,029.28 
2,922.56 
2,700.81 


$ c. 

2,113.37 
841.55 

875.72 


$ c. 

72,256.48 
13,360.15 
14,681.08 
2.222.67 
8,132.58 
1,577.82 
1,244.11 


$ c. 

7,089.92 
4,341.10 
1,143.31 


$ c. 

142,752.48 

55,855.09 

61,050.44 

9,482.76 

16,767.20 

102.86 

8,788.18 


$ c 

22,098.18 

12.043.10 

13,207.58 

1,819.14 


5.140.12 


1,205.89 


578.77 


1,414.66 
556:66 


4.330.13 
77.03 


2,631.28 


128.23 


87.50 


900.00 


95,720.04 


10,986.77 


4,496.91 


113,474.89 


14,538.99 


294,799.01 


54,475.16 


63,153.11 
801 . 66 


5,011.09 


2,152.58 


45,374.21 
864.09 


8,741.99 


182,990.25 
6.402.69 
1,641.86 

9,219.49 

477.93 

3,390.10 

7,622.33 

3,424.00 
1,752.86 
7,592.77 
9,048.65 
3,948.59 
1,873.82 
11,550.00 

4,897.53 

28,259.00 

8.100,00 


38,842.13 
495.11 












5,078.17 
404.61 


766.33 


59.77 


8,501.40 

552.95 

2,465.73 

2,583.66 

823.43 
162.33 
3,485.75 
4,881.99 
1,710.79 
2,187.69 
3,710.75 

9,685.91 

9,228.00 

10,000.00 


586.25 


993.87 
311.84 


1,438.22 
317 02 


29.00 
8.40 

209.07 




267.10 
74.00 

190.65 


734.88 




1,658.23 


1,302.66 

7 88 


62.95 


719.64 
125.24 


2,764.40 

3,010.47 

262.45 


626.07 

173.01 

23.76 


472.30 
100.27 


784.25 
421.12 


829.61 

2,439.19 

509.68 


638 65 




606.63 


1,288 97 


3ii.68 
736.29 
637.00 


103.47 
273.11 
425.00 




1,023.60 


4 672 93 




2,301.38 


5,394.00 
2,500.00 


768.00 


4,404.00 
100.00 












93,035.20 


8,531.70 


3,649.45 


106,218.68 


11,833.36 


292,191.87 


56,095.03 


2,684 84 


2,455.07 


847.46 


7,256.21 


2,705.63 


2,607.14 






1,619.87 
















1,643 

384 

42 


184 

54 

5 


112 

30 

3 


2,430 

163 

20 


403 
90 

7 


4,484 
585 
115 


835 

175 

32 


2,069 


243 


145 


2,613 


500 


5,184 


1,042 



270 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality _^ 


Streets- 
ville 
708 


Sutton 
909 


Swansea 
6,872 


Tavistock 
1,092 


Tecumseh 


Population 


2,570 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,484.61 
2,008.54 
4,973.24 


$ c. 

8,370.76 
3,737.79 
1,157.48 


$ c 

74,305.80 

10,109.78 

24,914.12 

2,636.92 

5,851.71 


$ c 

8,620.17 
4,123.66 
8,783.26 

427.27 

1,284.82 

16.77 

180.00 


$ c. 
15,869 28 


Commercial light service 


5,580 32 


Commercial power service 


2,555 34 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


1,481.50 


2,072.32 


1,365.39 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


547.87 


152.56 


1,239.59 


358.69 






Total earnings 


14,495.76 


15,490.91 


119,057.92 


23,435.95 


25,729.02 






Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


5,881.66 
1,220.44 


8,034.71 


76,288.29 


17,226.96 


12,109.32 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance , 


734.88 
47.80 
15.00 


210.55 


2,717.59 

81.39 

903.20 

910.80 

468.92 

1.65 

4,194.45 

3,197.83 

452.59 

531.58 

2,772.11 

3,423.09 

5,669.00 

115.92 


973.87 


1,270.97 


Line transformer maintenance 


78.24 


Meter maintenance 


556.30 
6.00 

95.95 


155.88 
260.73 

470.71 


628.19 


Consumers' premises expenses 


346.13 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


17.03 


491.08 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


641.47 

526.85 

36.46 


553.57 
299.79 
42.40 
275.28 
136.42 

1,180.28 

1,237.00 

1,559,03 


951.72 

484.95 

51.60 


919.25 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses. . . . 


1,466.73 
115.73 


Truck operation and maintenance. , . 


322.27 


Interest 


532.63 

595.76 

1,055.00 

1,500.00 


84.50 

305.82 

1,266.00 


32.71 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


594.89 


Depreciation 


1,953.00 


Other reserves 


2,700.00 








Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


12,804.98 


14,187.28 


101,728.41 


22,232.74 


23,028.51 






Net surplus 


1,690.78 


1,303.63 


17,329.51 


1,203.21 


2,700.51 


Net loss 








.... V 








Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


201 

50 

6 


457 

78 

3 


I 

2,158 

81 

16 


298 

96 

9 


682 


Commercial light service 


52 


Power service 


2 






Total 


257 


538 


2,255 


403 


736 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



**B*'— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Thamesford 
P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
792 


Thedford 
566 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
5,284 


Tilbury 
1,965 


Tillsonburg 
3,981 


$ c. 

3,570.45 
1,466.11 
1,622.51 


$ c. 

3,477.67 
3,161.23 
1,991.13 


$ c. 

3,315.61 
2,659.52 
1,202.90 


$ c. 

1,789.12 

741.86 

1,169.15 


$ c. 

21,931.50 
8,780.73 

38,620.20 
1,849.65 
3,428.06 


$ c. 

7,263.96 

7,376.00 

27,900.50 

225.00 

1,756.87 

4.56 

795.16 


$ c. 

19,550.44 

17,979.58 

12,634.49 

1,582.03 


505.96 


1,233.77 


1,065.00 


374.43 


4,963.83 
794.13 


293.84 


374.56 


195.00 


56.67 


1,962.97 


105.04 


7,458.87 


10,238.36 


8,438.03 


4,131.23 


76,573.11 


45,322.05 


57,609.54 


6,325.45 


5,989.16 


4,011.89 


2,630.75 


50,306.48 
3,928.66 


37,575.60 


34,620.65 
1,080 14 














398.52 


505.97 


213.21 

7.03 

129.95 

22.24 

62.65 


69.91 
3.15 
5.50 


2,111.56 

3.03 

464.08 

247.91 

900.90 


1,136.56 

62.41 

257.98 

7.00 

194.77 
19.90 
649.90 
1,204.09 
175.97 
263.91 
118.21 

609.98 

1,785.00 


3,701 . 19 
209.33 


.60 
175.39 


134 . 44 


537.51 
15.05 


143.81 


125.95 


31.84 


494.35 


333.98 

163.21 

1.90 


380.67 

283.40 

49.01 


243.72 

86.11 

6.98 


184.61 
77.10 


1,710.38 

1,433.56 

185.81 

635.46 


2,385.13 

4,262.60 

113.49 






500.69 


20.63 






27.57 
135.06 
346.00 
200.00 


386.56 


178 30 








349.26 


551.00 


981.00 


570.00 


3,890.00 


4,030.00 
2,500.00 














8,292.79 


8,449.60 


5,353.78 


3,711.49 


65,817.83 


44,061.28 


55,185.95 




1,788.76 


3,084.25 


419.74 


10,755.28 


1,260.77 


2,423.59 


833.92 


















141 

41 

6 


237 

80 

6 


166 

46 

2 


75 
22 

2 


1,247 

164 

16 


498 

125 

14 


1,204 

240 

35 


188 


323 


214 


99 


1,427 


637 


1,479 



272 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Toronto 
655,751 


Toronto 
Twp. 
V.A. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
V.A. No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
V.A. No. 2 


Population 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,213,003.73 
2,742,352.50 
4,952,771.71 
1,378,507.01 
428,251.82 


$ c. 

80,728.43 
16,389.56 
12,520.95 


$ c. 

14,803.07 
469.74 

477.55 


$ c. 
5,154 50 


Commercial light service ... 


757 36 


Commercial power service 


211 78 


Municipal power 




Street lighting ." 


5,137.86 






Merchandise 






Miscellaneous 


281,094.75 


2,648.19 




651.72 


326.50 






Total earnings 


13,995,981.52 


117,424.99 


16,402.08 


6,450 14 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


7,674,462.52 
228,574.86 
260,159.44 

355,381.15 

56,550.24 

114,630.23 

231,663.02 

123,101.23 
135,167.01 
448,102.60 
333,517.82 
275,648.81 


70,945.27 


9,931.63 


4,133.52 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


6,824.71 

624.09 

1,682.65 

1,264.87 

652.60 


2,567.65 

12.86 

122.91 


414.87 


Line transformer maintenance 


26.13 


Meter maintenance 


28.10 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 






Promotion of business 






Billing and collecting 


5,994.94 
7,758.71 

473.15 
2,332.40 

799.91 

1,292.07 

13,082.00 

1,800.00 






General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 


1,443.72 
112.41 
608.09 
179.00 

1,503.63 

1,647.00 


614.34 
14.08 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


601,356.53 
1,077,481.59 
1,156,739.37 


230.14 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


817.88 


Depreciation 


500.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


13,072,536.42 


115,527.37 


18,128.90 


6,779.06 






Net surplus 


923,445.10 


1,897.62 






Net loss 


1,726.82 


328.92 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


152,159 

22,944 
5,075 


2,795 

184 

29 


378 
2 
6 


154 


Commercial light service 


17 


Power service 


2 






Total 


180,178 


3,008 


386 


173 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Wallaceburg 
4,976 


WardsviUe 
205 


Waterdown 
841 


Waterford 
1,261 


Waterloo 
8,885 


Watford 
1,054 


Welland 
12,838 


$ c. 

22,745.06 

15,390.29 

80,951.53 

1,960.17 


$ c. 

1,549.17 

882.67 

50.11 


$ c. 

5,754.25 
1,576.08 
1,254.11 
102.58 
1,052.07 


$ c. 

6,925.71 
3,557.96 
6,555.81 
237.27 
1,582.80 


$ c. 

72,250.77 

28,301.39 

57,431.45 

3,918.93 

7,872.39 


$ c. 

7,695.75 

3,732.08 

4,468.82 

296.38 

1,576.23 

163.00 

272.52 


$ c. 

61,278.96 

43,619.36 

246,129.15 

2,484.14 


4,848.62 
3,755.51 


649.34 


12,649.84 


1,146.52 


97.40 


179.88 


303.94 


2,666.51 


7,195.49 


130,797.70 


3,228.69 


9,918.97 


19,163.49 


172,441.44 


18,204.78 


373,356.94 


95,682.66 
364.00 


1,150.11 


5,841.63 


13,325.35 


124,702.39 

1,573.33 

496.62 

4,792.97 
740.42 

1,443.23 
642.00 

1,030.54 


10,816.93 


229,695.31 
7 884 10 












621.49 


3,249.87 
501.58 


223.99 


636.35 


1,320.18 

93.35 

187.68 


1,122.38 

61.57 

133.32 

197.51 

160.45 


5,536.77 
4,596.00 


1,000.20 
36.51 


59.53 
18.79 

89.69 


115.99 


3,995.89 
1,668.98 


575.06 


195.49 


405.54 


2,014.78 
96.79 


2,176.45 
4,178.59 
1,005.29 


115.08 
64.13 


576.30 

163.80 

39.17 


866.23 

377.76 

56.15 


3,919.75 

2,720.39 

241.09 

603.12 


599.66 

697.39 

39.09 

166.60 


5,655.48 

11,183.14 

740 79 


826.56 




1,450.91 


1,285.82 








6,608.31 


4,486.24 












6,949.39 


6,450.00 
4,500.00 


334.00 


977.00 


1,313.00 


12,355.00 


1,165.00 


18,407.53 
















126,318.83 


2,055.32 


8,545.73 


17,945.24 


155,260.85 


15,159.90 


307,105.66 


4,478.87 


1,173.37 


1,373.24 


1,218.25 


17,180.59 


3,044.88 


66,251.28 
















1,279 

243 

41 


59 
2C 

1 


268 
31 

7 


393 
71 
15 


2,210 

248 
72 


309 
72 

7 


3,209 

448 
95 


1,563 


8C 


306 


479 


2,530 


388 


3,752 



274 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality. 
Population. . 



Wellesley 
P.V. 



West 

Lome 

790 



Weston 

5,784 



Wheatley 
758 



Windsor 
107,424 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



2,513.44 
1,663.05 
1,131.94 



$ c. 

3,350.88 
2,776.53 
4,590.38 



$ 



c. 



$ 



c. 



640.23 



1,027.68 



141.76 



168.45 



Total earnings , 



6,090.42 



11,913.92 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



3.172.73 



7,671.22 



127.45 

4.50 

262.80 



65.40 



332.63 
40.01 

218.21 
46.48 

122.79 



256.47 

282.45 

13.37 



688.91 

258.75 

3.07 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



450.00 



899.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



4.635.17 



10,281.07 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



1,455.25 



1,632.85 



57,256.80 

13,102.59 

65,608.24 

582.27 

7,543.50 



3,911.98 
3,075.29 
2,592.00 
543.70 
1,754.81 



5.08 



409.70 



731,270.00 

414,694.80 

788,697.32 

19,790.83 

106,805.31 

14,378.17 

35,213.89 



144,098.48 



12,287.48 



105,925.72 



6.657.83 



409.47 

6,205.81 
225.14 
769.31 

2,248.52 

1,209.77 



713.51 



1,678.96 

3,543.30 

418.60 

460.33 

979.96 

3,764.49 

6,991.00 



133.96 
62.54 

279.34 

5.84 

493.66 

141.54 

77.38 



135.06 
977.36 
872.00 



134,830.38 



10,550.02 



9,268.10 



1,737.46 



2,110,850.32 



1,235,902.67 
39,398.87 
21,077.63 

51,57^.50 
12,234.44 
26,039.10 
50,715.29 

31,917.90 
7,169.10 
53,844.90 
47,221.08 
23,191.78 



34,435.57 
113,901.71 
141,690.00 
100,000.00 



1,990,319.54 



120,530.78 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service , 
Power service 



Total 



135 

46 
4 

185 



222 
52 

8 

282 



1,610 

180 

31 

1,821 



236 

71 

6 

313 



26,097 

3,111 

494 

29,702 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 275 

**B'' — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Woodbridge 
1.032 


Woodstock 
12,125 


Wyoming 
554 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

8,385.92 

2,308.93 

10,089.39 

751 83 


$ c. 

83,131.42 

48,864.26 

110,346.36 

3,809.44 

8,842.49 


$ c. 

2,625.66 

1,483.62 

204.42 


$ c. 

547,611.58 
79,066.94 

174,405.92 

7,563.26 

46,721.68 


$ c. 

3,690.41 
3,028.39 


$ c. 

11,532,881.65 

5,868,096.27 

13,386,154 69 




1,826,782.35 


1,021.94 


780.00 


679.34 


1,371,676.15 
37,143.23 


149.92 


2,857.74 


19.50 


1,643.06 


205.03 


573,071.53 


22,707.93 


257,851.71 


5,113.20 


857,012.44 


7,603.17 


34,595,805.87 


15,976.81 


202,652.41 

3,722.69 

42.92 

5,527.43 

4.10 

5,043.01 

2,817.03 

1,930.77 
505.94 
4,169.79 
4,584.21 
1,953.40 
1,267.64 


2,831.61 


475,131.02 

2,245.60 

353.58 

12,394.45 
5,280.94 

13,805.80 
9,967.97 

8,682.40 


4,354.12 


21,345,223.86 
474,392.36 








339,289.48 


567.48 


316.16 


363.52 


846,541.22 
117,600.83 


331.41 
341 69 


70.54 


60.80 


345,226.24 
451,690.31 


103.39 


150.15 


72.53 


295,175.05 
183,545.34 




237.08 

122.26 

12.86 


37,013.59 

32,699.37 

3,052.03 


242.21 

107.14 

5.77 


931,380.78 


751-46 
6.56 


827,131.26 

457,124.60 

63,008.93 


252 05 




5,402.98 
r4,944.44 
56,163.00 


107.16 
28?,. 84 
549.00 


847,933 . 72 


472.09 






1,854,058.37 


1,112.00 
1,500.00 


17,211.00 
5,000.00 


527.00 


2,374,355.22 
455,929 . 14 












21,414.94 


256,432.34 


4,267.66 


677,137.17 


6,145.09 


32,209,606.71 


1,292.99 


1,419.37 


845.54 


179,875.27 


1,458.08 


2,386,199.16 














308 

47 
8 


3,372 

462 
97 


159 

44 
2 


21,316 
996 
169 


148 
46 


435,812 
57,577 
11,123 








363 


3,931 


205 


22,481 


194 


504,512 



276 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Alliston 
1,590 


Arthur 
1,043 


Barrie 

9,994 


Beaverton 
904 


Beeton 


Population ... 


634 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

12,236.99 

8,783.18 

2,973.14 

769.72 

1,959.66 


$ c. 

5,719.68 
4,673.79 
1,078.48 
433.25 
1,371.76 


$ c. 

83,499.35 

48,375.53 

25,246.14 

1,711.74 

6,087.64 

81.10 

202.53 


$ c. 

6,847.12 
2,575.56 
1,067.59 


$ c. 
3 617 06 


Commercial lisrht service . ... 


2 306 86 


Commercial Dower service 


3,295.97 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,301.33 


1,231.78 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


240.04 


30.00 


320.08 


96 58 






Total earnings 


26,962.73 


13,306.96 


165,204.03 


12,111.68 


10,548 25 






Expenses 
Power Durchased . 


14,909.16 


8,053.77 


124,799.31 
678.47 
579.12 

5,864.98 
126.48 
833.06 
238.96 

1,403.76 
216.30 
5,820.66 
2,683.38 
363.99 
968.06 
646.19 

2,018.89 

9,956.98 

5,259.09 


9,096.20 


6 717.77 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,170.21 


738.31 

13.50 

104.90 


522.63 


258.07 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


576.27 
485.20 

426.20 
12.65 
810.74 
480.64 
152.00 


53.29 


43.16 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


269.10 


158.93 


104.66 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




967.58 
586.67 


142.94 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


637.96 
22.57 


118.73 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 






Interest 


750.00 
1,679.39 
1,798.00 
2,000.00 


578.85 
1,207.00 
1,328.00 


69.99 

590.04 

1,520.00 


284.15 


Sinking fund and principal pajnnents 
on debentures 


693.46 


Depreciation 

Other reserves 


795.00 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


25,250.46 


12,953.96 


162,457.68 


13,565.33 


9,157.94 






Net surplus 


1,712.27 


353.00 


2,746.35 




1,390.31 


Net loss 


1,453.65 














Number of Consumers 

Domestic service . ^ 

Commercial light service 


400 

107 

15 


225 

78 
8 


2,381 

404 
46 


317 
64 

7 


139 
31 


Power service 


5 






Total 


522 


311 


2,831 


388 


175 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Bradford 
947 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Cannington 
762 


Chatsworth 
325 


Chesley 
1,771 


Coldwater 
563 


CoUingwood 
5,808 


$ c. 

6,846.92 
4,544.30 
4,157.82 


$ c. 

1,550.91 
601.21 
783.00 


$ c. 

5,387.70 
2,210.06 
2,595.71 


$ c. 

2,302.14 
1,131.20 


$ c. 

9,914.84 
5,883.63 
6,104.50 
916.40 
2,327.04 
52.40 


$ c. 

3,579.07 

1,315.65 

644.95 


$ c. 

34,519.97 
16,081.92 
36,267.15 


451.03 




1,683.40 


1,074.22 


476.00 


1,182.58 
34.57 
63.71 


533.00 


865.57 


3,687.75 


274.95 


15.00 


50.65 


i87.62 


1,097.11 








17,349.24 


3,426.12 


11,474.33 


4,016.99 


25,198.81 


6,592.86 


93,337.30 


9,725.37 


1,988.15 


6,755.59 


2,806.34 


18,992.68 


4,467.42 


82,415.75 














309.30 


1,470.42 


212.44 


573.02 


51.36 


509.94 

41.90 

168.91 

540.33 

216.46 

415.90 

614.50 

665.07 

51.60 

68.78 

19.20 


334.79 


2,952.09 
13.82 


174.58 




163.32 


46.00 


132.70 
7.81 

207.25 


520.94 






16.40 


318.63 


92.98 


161.09 


36.65 


220.88 


559.40 




501.55 
452.33 




576.65 
182.00 


2,118.35 


331.27 
118.50 


315.57 
0.87 


344.44 
16.00 


1,140.37 
535 89 


223.29 






309 37 


590.06 


157.43 

157.74 

174.00 

30.00 


122.52 
703.14 
982.00 
525.00 




48.95 
432.74 
772.00 




1,428.97 






1,237.00 


362.00 


1,635.00 


5,330.00 












16,177.49 


3,129.18 


10,939.56 


... 3,662.79 


23,940.27 


7,162.31 


95,883.16 


1,171.75 


296.94 


534.77 


354.20 


1,258.54 








569.45 


2 545 86 














269 

74 
11 


58 

22 

3 


247 
65 
10 


98 
30 


457 
90 
20 


157 

51 

2 


1,573 
208 

46 


354 


83 


322 


128 


567 


210 


1,827 



278 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality ... 


Cookstown 
P.V. 


Creemore 
666 


Dundalk 
688 


IXirham 
1,959 


Hlmvale 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,461.34 
1,461.28 
1,218.20 


$ c. 

3,593.41 
1,521.77 
1,279.24 


$ c. 

3,535.78 
3,335.71 
3,217.83 


$ c. 

7,323.28 
4,889.93 
3,842.00 

647.14 

1,577.22 

3.17 

400.54 


$ c 
3,822.88 


Commercial light service 


1,637.42 


Commercial power service . . . 


2,766 05 


Municipal power 


273 00 


Street lighting 

Merchandise 


855.00 


756.00 


1,031.80 


696.86 


Miscellaneous 


188.20 


150.00 


165.00 


204.95 






Total earnings 


6,184.02 


7,300.42 


11,286.12 


18,683.28 


9,401 . 16 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


3,430.34 


5,067.36 


8,182.85 


14,846.82 


6,246.66 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance . 


184.97 


677.47 


709.08 


877.45 
83.84 

236.03 
64.92 

244.22 


302.32 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


48.24 


71.12 
14.94 

55.65 


40.86 


52.80 


Consumers' premises expenses 


26.26 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


145.10 


156.48 


145.36 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


298.37 

105.43 

9.38 


245.04 
59.97 


"'884:79 
13.22 


728.62 

864.21 

80.79 

381.81 


392.90 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance 


215.90 






Interest 


229.39 
498.56 
692.00 


4.02 




21.71 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






433.65 


Depreciation 


561.00 


644.00 


1,506.00 


814.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


5,641.78 


6,756.57 


10,631.28 


19,914.71 


8,651.56 






Net surplus 


542.24 


543.85 


654.84 


1,231.43 


749.60 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


112 

34 

3 


168 

49 
3 


203 

72 

6 


468 

102 

12 


196 


Commercial light service 


49 


Power service 


6 






Total 


149 


220 


281 


582 


251 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 

458 


Grand 

Valley 

692 


Gravenhurst 
2,303 


Hanover 
3,318 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,909 


$ c. 

1192.31 

697.52 

1,249.75 


$ c. 

2 052.94 

1,655.53 

762.15 


$ c. 

3 685.67 
2,379.27 
2,287.17 


$ c. 

11341.26 

12,392.52 

14,642.54 

887.16 

2,075.34 

376.76 

27.50 


$ c. 

22,178.27 

8,791.57 

22,500.87 

298.03 

2,328.24 

20.57 

1,427.97 


$ c. 

1,063.67 
678.63 
273.93 


$ c. 

14,221.81 

11,392.52 

14,136.75 

1,222.85 


385.76 


662.38 


890.00 


287.50 


2,596.75 


114.10 


183.02 


211.53 


105.00 


259.55 


3,639.44 


5,316.02 


9,453.64 


41,743.08 


57,545.52 


2,408.73 


43,830.23 


2,322.06 


2,374.53 


5,515.60 


26,983.19 


43,637.40 


1,041.64 


33,476.94 








25.00 
3,500.36 








91.56 


222.33 


244.35 


2,252.31 

84.10 

419.32 

135.36 

233.06 


42.48 


2,248.87 
27 50 


69.60 


118.50 
18.00 

131.02 


111.15 


129.74 
236.20 

355.46 




577.32 







127.24 


21.40 


38.86 


24.00 


597.63 
263.97 








1,105.32 
798.97 
578.60 
497.37 


1,755.44 

1,115.73 

348.47 

304.99 




1,534.75 

1,827.27 

836.57 


187.93 
5.89 


489.15 
1.31 


758.99 
16.48 


180.66 






163 17 


4.59 


63.43 
294.35 
445.00 




















299.00 


803.00 
1,000.00 


3,087.00 
2,200.00 


4,648.91 
1,500.00 


170.00 


1,790.00 
159 03 










3,002.03 


4,157.62 


8,488.43 


39,497.21 


56,435.09 


1,458.78 


43,630.26 


637.41 


1,158.40 


965.21 


2,245.87 


1,110.43 


949.95 


199.97 










■" ■ 






67 
19 

1 


132 

47 
2 


181 

54 

6 


524 

118 

15 


805 

136 

25 


52 

20 

2 


734 

133 

16 


87 


181 


241 


657 


966 


74 


883 



280 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports oi Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kin- 
cardine 
2,254 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
964 


Markdale 
781 


Meaford 


Population 


2,676 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

16,038.37 
8,588.28 

10,677.60 
1,484.82 
4,367.46 


$ c. 

936.13 
985.68 


$ c. 

6,034.78 
5,288.19 
7,175.28 
481.28 
1,501.17 


$ c. 

3,858.25 

3,174.91 

2,253.69 

262.00 

972.70 

5.89 

191.03 


$ c. 
14,326.52 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service . . . . 


8,889.96 
8,817.17 


Municipal power 




996.31 


Street lighting 


432.00 


3,332.91 


Merchandise 


9.48 


Miscellaneous 


288.14 




70.00 


212.94 








Total earnings 


41,444.67 


2,353.81 


20,550.70 


10,718.47 


36,585.29 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


26,703.22 
325.80 


1,320.25 


13,660.76 


6,411.13 


23,803.66 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,358.49 
151.88 
294.07 
233.85 

391.40 

12.08 

1,016.67 

896.70 

321.97 

239.38 

96.25 

1,586.34 

3,077.00 

1,800.00 


163.39 



517.21 


158.92 


2,170.15 


Line transformer maintenance 


50.08 


Meter maintenance 




181.98 


102.15 


428.03 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




122.50 


26.93 


172.47 


43.93 


353.43 


Promotion of business . 




Billing and collecting 








808.40 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


209.20 


1,317.59 


687.16 


892.70 
398.21 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 








251.29 


Interest . . . 




60.95 

807.00 

1,144.00 

1,350.00 


135.94 
517.90 
832.00 


251.58 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




4,886.82 


Depreciation 


299.00 


1,899.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


39,505.10 


2,018.77 


19,211.96 


8,889.13 


36,315.85 






Net surplus 


1,939.57 


335.04 


1,338.74 


1,829.34 


269.44 


Net loss. 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


701 

116 

16 


34 
19 


272 

87 

7 


220 

68 

9 


744 


Commercial light service 


149 


Power service 


18 








Total 


833 


53 


366 


297 


911 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Midland 
6,475 


Mildmay 
779 


Mount 
Forest 
1,936 


Neustadt 
414 


Orangeville 
2,552 


Owen 

Sound 
13,503 


Paisley 
715 


$ c. 

37,362.20 

19,394.49 

71,192.57 

2 948.83 


$ c. 

3,916! 33 
2,787.21 
1,065.87 


$ c. 

9,233.46 
8,654.14 
5,423.28 
998.40 
2,219.94 


$ c. 

2,294.18 
1,198.24 
1,729.33 


$ c. 

16,074.54 

10,049.99 

6,405.64^ 

1,096.42 

2,484.38 

5.48 

546.54 


$ c. 

66,554.21 
52,641.55 
64,428.29 


$ c 

4,089.96 

2,539.53 

917.96 


6,240.09 
649.70 


624.73 


686.52 


12,160.50 
100.12 
125.03 


1,154.35 


2,005.44 


175.98 


222.15 


291.65 


137.90 


139,793.32 


8,570.12 


26,751.37 


6,199.92 


36,662.99 


196,009.70 


8,839.70 


127,518.19 
2 563.99 


4,771.99 


20,686.29 


1,833.58 


29,451.51 


163,909.78 
4,110.53 


4,992.41 


168.60 












4,134.81 
126.80 


135.67 


689.28 


344.02 

8.90 

69.70 


1,000.28 

61.64 

453.46 

213.00 

520.80 


3,407.74 

586.65 

2,853.81 

7.70 

1,409.13 


549.02 


636.38 
420.92 


97.05 
135.52 

87.40 



215.20 


134.50 


764.36 
3.55 


284.30 


152.81 


87.31 


2,034.24 




583.56 
243.91 
28.69 
149.11 
277.50 

1,027.17 

1,799.00 




1,355.74 

646.30 

98.85 


5,045.85 
6,730.72 
2,783.83 
1,147.29 
145.21 




1,695.99 
1,003.46 


5i9.62 


382.16 


568.04 
10.62 


541.98 










411.45 
633.33 
329.00 




3.00 


135.95 






1,202.92 


13,439.00 


778.00 


2,706.00 


9,789.00 


661.00 
















155,052.27 


7,121.03 


25,984.01 


3,569.17 


36,510.58 


201,927.24 


8,341.77 




1,449.09 


767.36 


2,630.75 


152.41 




497.93 


15,258.95 


5.917.54 
















1,694 

196 

54 


172 

54 

2 


463 

141 

16 


104 

25 

2 


750 

150 

25 


3,549 
528 
104 


199 
50 

4 


1,944 


228 


620 


131 


925 


4,181 


253 



282 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 


No. 26 


Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical 


STATEMENT 
Departments of 


GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 


Penetan- 

guishene 

4,037 


Port 
Elgin 
2,061 


Port 

McNicoU 

964 


Port 
Perry 
1,230 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Population 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

13,306.04 

8,759.76 

19,709.04 

2,020.53 

2,291.92 

66.30 

98.08 


$ c. 

11,716.07 

5,987.90 

3,424.53 

774.06 

2,520.54 


$ c. 

4,193.71 

727.40 

54.50 


$ c. 

8,355.87 
3,267.53 
2,400.29 
384.10 
1,710.00 


$ c. 

721.86 
226.42 
107.14 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


951.45 


480.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


263.56 


21.40 


375.00 


19.99 




Total earnings 


46,251.67 


24,686.66 


5,948.46 


16,492.79 


1,555.41 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


31,992.96 


19,096.87 


3,035.50 


11,523.79 


465.25 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 


146.23 

2,430.82 

210.67 

666.37 

72.89 

233.20 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


751.21 

16.49 

163.13 

171.07 

221.14 


561.47 


819.20 


2.35 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 


43.98 


344.73 




Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


96.38 


168.47 


12.35 


Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting 


1,300.27 

1,169.38 

168.60 

411.49 

43.96 

799.21 

3,971.00 

1,300.00 


714.03 

313.58 

30.31 

132.22 

1,198.72 

2,172.48 

1,244.00 


594.97 

250.28 

56.75 


881.15 
489.74 




General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


96.95 


Truck operation and maintenance . 






Interest 




439.85 
1,262.89 
1,168.00 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






Depreciation 


510.00 


272.00 


Other reserves 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


44,917.05 


26,225.25 


5,149.33 


17,097.82 


848.90 


Net surplus 


1,334.62 




799.13 




706.51 


Net loss 


1,538.59 


605.03 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service ... 


728 

107 

22 


491 

105 

6 


234 
20 

1 


376 
75 
11 


34 

8 

1 


Commercial light service 


Power service 




Total 


857 


602 


255 


462 


43 

















1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Ripley 
402 


Rosseau 
233 


Shelbume 
1,050 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,561 


Stayner 
1,150 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
490 


$ c. 

3,359.72 
1,792.58 
1,597.22 


$ c. 

2.897.35 
828.91 


$ c. 

5,857.49 

3,847.21 

2,875.38 

309.96 

862.30 


$ c. 

10,871.80 
5,486.22 
7,785.48 
1,203.58 
2,467.68 


$ c. 

5,559.02 
3,553.21 
2,544.29 
105.08 
1,179.00 


$ c. 

3,012.10 

1,455.62 

294.93 


$ c. 

3,402.37 
1,436.59 
1,379.20 


1,086.70 


1,410.00 


708.92 


927.00 


65.71 


30.00 


302.45 


31.02 


114.58 


30.00 


113.28 


7,901.93 


5,166.26 


14,054.79 


27,845.78 


13,055.18 


5,501.57 


7,258.44 


5,170.68 


1,916.90 


9,858.94 


20,883.01 


10,119.91 


3,274.32 


" 4,150.46 
















84.34 


199.60 


371.48 


1,159.33 


709.52 


413.99 


387.26 






210.72 


309.18 
206.05 

178.47 


219.33 


47.02 


13 90 








45.12 


84.00 


175.46 


188.50 


141.47 


177.74 




248.37 
67.28 


625.25 

147.90 

4.83 


1,076.26 

644.93 

55.81 

101.83 

608.61 

1,706.93 

1,316.00 


731.59 

315.25 

13.75 


337.63 
272.13 




488.84 


670.98 










393 . 12 


574.62 
563.27 

340.00 
50.00 






2.24 




645.01 








624.00 


1,318.00 


1,211.00 


407.00 


771.00 














7,451.11 


4,044.04 


12,712.58 


28,246.41 


13,508.85 


4,895.80 


6,171.34 


450.82 


1,122.22 


1.342.21 






605.77 


1,087.10 




400.63 


453.67 














116 

46 

1 


70 
14 


302 
81 
13 


550 
97 
12 


313 
94 
15 


136 

35 

2 


157 
34 








163 


84 


396 


659 


422 


173 


196 



284 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMEHT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Con tinu ed 


Municipality 


Teeswater 
843 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Totten- 
ham 
476 


Uxbridge 
1,366 


Victoria 

Harbour 

991 


Population . . 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,806.05 

2,803.23 

912.45 

180.00 

982.52 


$ c. 

1,640.27 
441.94 
286.10 


$ c. 

3,926.71 

1,398.07 

1,474.11 

184.67 

882.00 


$ c. 

9,242.50 
4,468.45 
2,617.88 


$ c. 

3,654.57 
922.55 
112.19 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


A^unicioal Dower . . . 


Street lighting 


475.00 


1,719.97 
24.21 
14.70 


663.00 


IVI er chand i se 


Miscellaneous 


143.39 


7.50 


16.37 


37.50 




Total earnings 


9,827.64 


2,850.81 


7,881.93 


18,087.71 


5,389.81, 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


5,561.81 


1,366.59 


5,020.25 


12,682.28 


2,837.42 


Substation ooeration . 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


249.06 


94.95 


298.80 


697.20 


274.94 


T inp transformer maintenance 


M^eter maintenance 


88.38 
87.27 

104.48 




36.35 


321.21 
46.82 

135.65 


115.60 
129.65 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 




22.51 


114.20 


Promotion of business . . . 


Billing" and collectins" 






292.36 
186.58 


674.54 

494.75 
49.48 


674.13 
383.66 


General offtce, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed exnenses 


675.32 


117.74 


Truck operation and maintenance 










Interest 






221.49 
609.52 
586.00 






Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 










Depreciation 


1,000.00 
1,000.00 


424.00 


959.00 
1,000.00 


617.00 


Other reserves 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,766.32 


2,025.79 


7,355.55 


17,060.93 


5,032.40 




Net surplus 


1,061.32 


825.02 


526.38 


1,026.78 


357.41 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


231 

55 

3 


67 

11 

2 


142 
39 

8 


399 
94 
11 


260 

28 

1 


Commercial light service . . . 


Power service 




Total 


289 


80 


18S 


504 


289 





1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



**B" — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Walkerton 
2,617 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 
1,704 


Winder- 
mere 
118 


Wingham 
2,061 


Woodville 

427 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

18,429.08 

11,189.87 

9,885.95 

^"^■^ 28 


$ c. 

3,313.41 

598.78 

56.95 

130.38 

482.00 


$ c. 

7,727.07 
7,987.66 
2,467.52 
1,560.62 
2,199.37 


$ c. 

2.651.05 

1,250.23 

135.85 


$ c. 

13,050.79 
8,824.92 
9,894.60 
1,278.06 
3,496.86 
677.62 


$ c. 

2,247.66 
944.36 
571.17 


$ c. 

577,155.86 

351,708.14 

403,064.38 

26,228 . 10 


2,882.03 
868 92 


325.00 


638.32 


103,759.51 
2,976.29 


90 00 




444.28 


61.91 


218.44 


12,781.59 










43,881.13 


4,581.52 


22,386.52 


4,424.04 


37,222.85 


4,619.95 


1,477,673.87 


29,398.42 


3,116.72 


11,616.18 


1.368.63 


22,621.64 
1,843.73 


2,804.60 


1,088,798.80 
9,522.52 












1,228.25 


1,832.28 
153 49 


153.67 


635.43 


146.04 


1,720.89 


576.40 


56,211.02 
1,757.74 


499.00 
109 95 


20.20 


213.57 


100.44 


587.88 
101.85 

549.10 


19.57 


14,178.70 
3,841.01 


602.77 


62.04 


313.12 


61.25 


89.66 


13,965.83 

924.45 


1,135.34 

1,650.70 

221 55 


311.75 
206.60 


659.83 
793.70 
190.78 
225.04 
1,246.41 

1,754.66 

1,086.00 

2,100.00 




826.28 
1,232.20 

480.29 

80.92 

1,465.31 

1,693.63 

4,037.00 


324.46 
143.46 


40,425.48 


207.34 
1.07 


41,236.81 
9,070.98 


220 97 






6,418.36 


1,951.77 
3,103.51 


31.35 


419.93 
612.35 
424.00 


70.38 
234.38 
293.00 


13,766.07 
35,957.25 


1,929. OC 


451.00 


103,059.89 
21 273 12 














42,808.7^ 


) 4,353.33 


20,834.72 


3,341.05 


37,240.72 


4,555.91 


1,461,636.28 


1,072.3^ 


^ 228. IS 


> 1,551.8C 


1,082.99 




64.04 


16 037 59 




. . . 
17.87 
















66^ 

14( 
2( 


t 22( 
) 21 


5 41( 
L 10( 


) 6^ 
) 1^ 

i ] 


[ 58( 
[ 14f 

L 22 


) Hi 
5 2£ 

I 2 


) 25,534 
) 5,028 

I 704 


82 


i 25( 


) 52J 


) 7^ 


) 74' 


I 14( 


5 31,266 



286 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



Alex- 
andria 
1,952 



Apple 
Hill 
P.V. 



Arnprior 
3,949 



Athens 
676 



Bath 
352 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. . 
Commercial power service , 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



7,275.45 
4,879.13 
2,776.31 

942.20 

1,903.75 

25.29 

646.52 



$ 

1,430.90 
961.30 
500.48 



476.60 



$ 

18,284.19 
9,897.31 

15,734.38 
2,440.23 
3,461.62 



$ c. 

3,053.22 

1,622.83 

834.97 



60.00 



622.75 



1,169.35 
"'i7i!88 



Total earnings . 



18,448.65 



3,429.28 



50,440.48 



6.852.25 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses.. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance , . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



9,441.68 



1,977.81 



27,175.74 



4,807.93 



855.33 

37.68 

173.30 



53.89 



230.33 



14.99 
57.96 



1,006.76 

769.79 

50.38 

354.70 



295.83 



1,629.91 
162.21 
776.19 
277.45 

236.24 

88.00 

2,660.67 

2,195.46 

39.54 



236.34 

9.84 

94.05 



58.72 



241.90 

75.29 

1.77 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves. 



1,845.00 
1,800.00 



9.59 

77.59 

238.00 



1,319.07 
2,743.06 
1,304.00 
5,000.00 



366.17 
805.34 
648.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



16,564.95 



2,725.66 



45,607.54 



7,345.35 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



1,883.70 



703.62 



4,832.94 



493.10 



2,348.65 
713.37 



420.00 



3,482.02 



1,814.47 



75.64 



27.75 



253.60 



284.39 
348.26 
269.00 



3,073.11 



408.91 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



390 
99 
15 

504 



846 

145 

19 

1,010 



163 

42 

1 

206 



56 
10 



66 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



**B'' — Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Belleville 
15,001 


Bloomfield 
612 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,725 


Brighton 
1,465 


Brockville 
10,463 


Cardinal 
1,642 


Carleton 
Place 
4,258 


$ c. 

94,659.94 

60,452.20 

50,230.96 

4,191.41 

10,854.96 

2,314.46 

2,454.79 


$ c. 

3,311.62 
2,305.35 
1,232.95 


$ c. 

32,483.16 
10,976.96 
58,610.04 


$ c. 

11,036.95 
4,355.62 
4,353.87 


$ c. 

62,355.67 

29,035.55 

47,046.53 

6,430.53 

9,016.50 


$ c. 

8,396.54 

2,426.37 

356.97 


$ c 

22,106.36 
9,122.07 

27,549.87 
1,484.06 


838,10 


3,878.28 


2,017.83 
177.95 
119.75 


974.00 


4,806.52 


82.50 


3,205.49 


5,540.73 


150.00 


1,380.65 


225,158.72 


7,770.52 


109,153.93 


22,061.97 


159,425.51 


12,303.88 


66,449.53 


176,922.04 
1752.88 


4,305.77 


78,211.31 
70.37 


11,155.47 


121,557.52 
5,725.28 
1,013.11 

2,343.23 

298.92 

2,329.94 


8,333.59 


47,011.64 
140.27 












1,996.21 
295.95 


234.00 


3,301.15 
277.99 
610.75 
112.27 

547.53 

159.59 

2,619.04 

2,969.06 

889.92 


1,426.36 

53.60 

284.23 

82.39 

256.14 


678.33 

17.85 

158.54 


1,856.08 
105 57 


2.082.23 
1,441.91 


62.02 


385.95 
650.01 


1,718.18 


170.21 


1,200.48 


153.27 


552.74 
51.20 


3,874.28 
6,517.29 
1 710 20 


295.66 
67.56 


596.70 
1,362.23 
212.07 
291.31 
297.84 

1,534.70 

864.00 

2,000.00 


*3,il9.86 

5,733.29 

1,330.82 

666.30 


419.31 

246.33 

25.65 


1,773.74 

3,332.75 

440 86 


1,246.84 




681.38 




194.67 
386.52 
640.00 


150.00 
5,000.00 
3,055.00 
5,500.00 


397.75 
775.88 
580.00 


1,101 64 






4 071 11 


10,294.00 
8,000.00 


11,928.00 


2,800.00 












217,852.01 


6,356.41 


103,473.98 


20,417.04 


157,246.75 


11,786.50 


64,954.94 


7,306.71 


1,414.11 


5,679.95 


1,644.93 


2,178.76 


517.38 


1,494.59 
















3,491 
693 
104 


174 
42 

7 


1,199 

155 

27 


552 

94 
10 


3,014 
403 

74 


384 

58 

2 


1.067 

182 

17 


4,288 


223 


1,381 


656 


3,491 


444 


1,266 



288 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population... 



Chester- 
ville 
1,073 



Cobden 
659 



Cobourg 
5,383 



Colborne 
952 



Deseronto 
1,002 



Earnings 



$ 



c. 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



5,005.57 
3,879.88 
2,478.14 



Ji> c. 

2,392.63 

2,140.21 

323.76 



1,109.40 

10.22 

409.50 



703.00 
136.61 



$ c. 

38,545.53 

19,729.49 

26,608.86 

2,375.06 

5,653.92 

28.55 

1,060.88 



$ c. 

6,267.73 
2,803.06 
624.80 
199.93 
1,480.00 
540.59 
126.24 



6,650.46 
3,068.77 
1,209.12 

785.92 

1,666.00 

67.87 

148.21 



Total earnings . 



12,892.71 



5,696.21 



94,002.29 



12,042.35 



13,596.35 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



8,701.12 



3,837.81 



66,044.90 



6,362.13 



6,388.41 



953.53 



210.16 
46.55 

152.56 



164.21 

'is^so 



72.44 



2,053.28 
424.34 

1,709.36 
390.92 

1,036.99 



862.17 
172:94 



2,286.44 
'"95:67 



163.83 



439.99 



581.86 
545.68 



427.03 
140.73 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



744.00 



250.73 
649.27 
175.00 



3,826.95 

3,397.99 

748.59 

281.20 

1,964.01 

5,319.15 

4,968.00 



923.90 
825.18 
18.13 
150.66 
513.99 

649.92 

450.00 



748.47 

868.15 

59.15 

433.23 



550.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



11,935.46 



5,732.52 



92,165.68 



11.092.85 



11.869.51 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



957.25 



1.836.61 



949.50 



1,726.84 



36.31 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . 
Power service 



Total 



245 
69 

4 

318 



147 
49 

1 

197 



1.406 
214 

47 

1,667 



275 

68 

5 

348 



347 

60 

5 

"412 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



*'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Finch 
393 


Hastings 
763 


H&velock 
907 


Iroquois 
1,104 


Kemptville 
1,159 


Kingston 
28,345 


$ c. 

2,376.43 

1,858.36 

321.67 


$ c. 

4,033.78 

2,259.52 

190.97 


$ c. 

4,459.67 
2,416.39 
1,820.22 


$ c. 

6,384.70 

3,487.78 
478.75 

1,358.09 
908.68 
187.09 
174.58 


$ c. 

7,596.64 
4,916.71 
4,359.93 


$ c. 

193,669.75 

131,514.83 

141,297.66 

12,003.92 


507.00 


1,280.90 


1,465.50 


1,748.59 


21,077.09 
164.28 


151.09 


220.36 


509.72 


1,139.64 


6,220.14 


5,214.55 


7,985.53 


10,671.50 


12,979.67 


19,761.51 


505,947.67 


3,265.47 


3,575.92 


5,406.28 


6,027.04 


11,855.15 


342,634.56 
6 296 87 












893 97 


195.01 


553.43 


791.81 


1,128.62 
188.80 
103.38 


981.94 

16.86 

196.86 

136.93 

103.12 
264.11 
1,142.41 
358.50 
48.06 
190.63 
741 . 19 

1,075.03 

1,385.00 


18,544.97 
1,739.54 


49.32 


27.91 




4,668.18 






3 203 70 


103.26 


183.99 


197.59 


283.43 


5,537.45 
137 46 








643.63 

129.32 

29.93 


6,350.38 


340.88 


549.62 
18.88 


892.58 


15,681.94 
8.332 06 




379.82 
19.74 

329.00 

1,143.00 


3,220 73 


198 96 


728.86 

1,028.76 

705.00 




2 475 10 


420 23 




3 069 50 


370.00 


272.00 
2,000.00 


35,197.00 
23,982 13 












4,943.13 


7,372.37 


9,159.82 


10,806.15 


18,495.79 


481,965.54 


271.42 


613.16 


1,511.68 


2,173.52 


1,265.72 


23,982.13 














102 
33 

1 


228 

53 

3 


284 

53 

2 


272 

94 

3 


362 

81 

5 


7,655 

1,085 

137 


136 


284 


339 


369 


448 


8,877 



10— H.E. 



290 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Lakefield 
1,267 


Lanark 
660 


Lancaster 
582 


Lindsay 
7,773 


Madoc 


Population 


1,130 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

6,752.92 
4,590.52 
4,866.42 


$ c. 

2,776.91 
1,712.62 


$ c. 

2,145.31 
1,177.92 


$ c. 

46,916.13 

30,518.36 

58,068.65 

3,445.71 

6,320.86 


$ c 

5,178.29 
3 984 63 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


1,333.47 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


1,689.02 


562.69 


492.00 


1,290.50 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


290.94 


172.55 




2,595.68 


198 94 








Total earnings 


18,189.82 


5,224.77 


3,815.23 


147,865.39 


11,985.83 


Expenses 
Power Durchased 


9,829.34 


3,202.48 


2,094.89 


110,823.05 


7 771 37 


Substation operation. 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


614.30 


188.95 


93.55 


2,095.20 
744.11 

1,256.13 
963.89 

2,115.42 
341.66 
3,819.86 
7,139.52 
1,367.32 
623.46 
2,820.12 

7,413.50 

5,736.00 


1 139 86 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


230.28 


74.50 


92.81 


92.71 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


119.69 


46.98 


50.70 


125 10 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


381.49 

686.73 

62.95 

312.68 

1,109.89 

1,455.47 

1,446.00 




316.52 
164.23 


511.02 


General office, salaries and expenses.. 
Undistributed expenses 


440.16 


583.82 
10 50 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 
Interest .... . 










1.39 




Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






Depreciation 


407.00 


386.00 


538.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


16,248.82 


4,360.07 


3,200.09 


147,259.24 


10,772.38 






Net surplus 


1,941.00 


864.70 


615.14 


606.15 


1,213.45 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


345 

70 

8 


169 

41 


108 
29 


2,104 

325 

70 


308 

84 
4 


Commercial light service 


Power service 








Total 


423 


210 


137 


2,499 


396 





1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



**B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Marmora 
983 


]V^artin- 
town 
P.V. 


Maxville 
811 


Mjllbrook 
763 


Morris- 
burg 
1,518 


Napanee 
3,277 


Newcastle 
686 


$ c. 

4,480.06 

2,114.47 

259.54 


$ c. 

759.57 
875.46 


$ c. 

3,296.02 
2,734.72 


$ c. 

4,349.32 

2,021.92 

780.68 


$ c. 

9,539.55 
6,428.34 
2,555.46 
324.07 
2,524.16 


$ c. 

26,350.62 

18,000.77 

10,641.36 

264.22 

3,981.70 

1,020.92 

84.27 


$ c. 

5,625.22 
2,697.11 
2,937 48 










1,298.00 


171.92 


1,155.96 


783.50 


647.70 


60.79 


68.60 


122.85 


35.28 


345.89 


•... 


8,212.86 


1,875.55 


7,309.55 


7,970.70 


21,717.47 


60,343.86 


11,907.51 


4,526.70 


1,110.97 


4,474.55 


2,743.74 


7,290.22 
2,320.95 


38,029.67 


6,163.66 














888.94 


180.49 


169.87 

40.65 

112.26 


311.42 
84.20 

308.04 
32.93 


1,045.89 

31.44 

141.16 


4,960.94 
288.51 
712.51 
357.82 


480.08 




58.06 


58.78 
















124.35 


45.85 


184.47 


135.97 


141.55 


499.23 


111.52 






317.55 

107.23 

7.72 


782.72 
731.54 


724.98 
506.17 
147.42 
129.39 
1,002.11 

4,289.52 

780.00 


2,314.18 

7,108.84 

2,480.94 

43.27 


670.46 


1,062.98 
18.63 


163.67 


292.66 
18 57 
















229.04 

445.46 
208.00 


2.32 












672.00 


195.00 


682.00 


2,382.00 


878.00 
















7,293.60 


1,754.04 


6,096.30 


6,013.06 


18,550.80 


59,177.91 


8,676.05 


919.26 


121.51 


1,213.25 


1,957.64 


3,166.67 


1,165.95 


3,231.46 
















240 

41 

2 


51 
24 


163 

48 


170 

60 

3 


406 
98 
14 


874 

200 

25 


226 
35 

4 










283 


75 


211 


233 


518 


1,099 


265 



292 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



Norwood 
710 



Omemee 
641 



Orono 
P.V. 



Oshawa 
26,428 



Earnings 



$ 



c. 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



4,954.26 

2,228.66 

539.40 



$ 

3,374.38 

993.14 

2,863.23 



1,573.75 
" 648^45 



994.64 



142.48 



Total earnings 



9,944.52 



8,367.87 



EXPE^ISES 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance — 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . . . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . . 

Undistributed expenses. 

Truck operation and maintenance .... 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



4,401.37 



5.510.41 



412.44 



789.44 
*78!92 



129.33 



734.18 



122.28 
357.22 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves . 



289.68 
1,025 96 

1,723.75 

1,348.00 



936.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



10.080.89 



7.794.27 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



573.60 



136.37 



^ c. 

4,454.91 

2,144.03 

53.22 



754.18 



$ c. 

228,017.86 
82,619.77 

312,613.82 

9,933.99 

12,105.21 



11,380.97 



7,406.34 



656.671.62 



2,111. IZ 



273.22 

20.00 

41.22 

6.78 

93.50 



544.46 

389.72 

19.15 



145.76 

852.10 

186.00 

1,000.00 



6,349.64 



1,056.70 



478,613.71 
254.69 



10,308.43 

317.36 

4,831.38 

12,943.50 

2,149.62 

192.87 

13,261.18 

11,084.66 

5,716.21 



3,504.88 
18,000.00 
15,185.00 
50,000.00 



626,363.49 



30,308.13 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service , 
Power service 



Total 



234 

55 

3 

292 



177 

31 

6 

214 



179 
37 

1 

217 



6,585 
694 
113 

7,392 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



*B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Ottawa 
154,585 


Perth 
4,286 


Peter- 
borough 
25,529 


Picton 
3,570 


Port Hope 
4,962 


Prescott 
3,120 


Richmond 
421 


$ c. 

617,824.21 

248,809.70 

66,687.44 


$ c. 

26,261.71 
15,990.55 
16,449.59 
1,065.94 
2,836.00 
2,889.39 
3,345.01 


$ c. 

198,088.56 
97,625.75 

151,491.93 

6,696.34 

22,385.20 


$ c. 

25,283.67 
16,251.46 
4,290.43 
1,993.61 
3,836.36 
2,070.61 
1,037.81 


$ c. 

31,742.92 

14,663.30 

33,571.47 

1,552.93 

4,146.92 

123.12 

747.45 


$ c. 

21,784.45 

12,893.56 

9,237.86 

1,348.26 

4,063.10 


$ c. 

2,485.83 
1,302.80 


22,593.50 
81,812.56 


396!66 


5 520 57 


3,344.90 


151.17 








1,043,247.98 


68,838.19 


479,632.68 


54,763.95 


86,548.11 


49,478.40 


4,178.63 


537,598.79 
33 643 67 


44,691.92 
394.42 


305,883.91 
6,852.51 
1,427.38 

10,804.35 
1,335.99 
6,940.73 

18,843.71 

6,566.16 
93.61 
9,589.57 
7,182.47 
6,412.22 
2,993.33 
26,256.13 

9,071.38 

23,099.00 

400.00 


36,477.98 


69,306.94 


35,492.60 
1,523.70 


2,647.56 


3,332 . 78 








24,708.96 
3,041.48 


2,038.47 

136.67 

570.87 

19.50 

277.40 

108.95 

1,922.53 

3,739.78 

881.98 

615.02 

2,185.86 

3,073.41 

4,791.00 

2,000.00 


1,861.87 

23.38 

320.47 

4.95 

381.84 


1,517.31 
293.47 

1,042.60 
655.73 

1,356.50 


3,110.03 

43.25 

314.96 

362.84 

557.58 


141.95 


12,790.51 
3,697.06 


56.56 


32,614.33 

4,698.21 


44.51 


51,711.80 


1,100.64 

2,325.43 

516.02 

247.02 


2,565.61 

4,183.93 

1,094.47 

287.48 


1,336.24 

2,550.96 

623.96 




28,650.41 
20,187.87 


250.44 


3,624.46 




30,631.83 


71.55 


184 89 








376 89 


108,758.00 
52,694.84 


2,609.00 
5,000.00 


3,327.00 


3,740.00 


294.00 










952,385.00 


67,447.78 


443,752.45 


50,868.60 


85,631.04 


49,727.67 


3,996.80 


90,862.98 


1,390.41 


35,880.23 


3,895.35 


917.07 




181.83 




249.27 
















15,177 

1,456 

204 


1,061 

197 

27 


6,540 
904 
165 


1,150 

202 

34 


1,437 

212 

37 


775 

161 

23 


84 
21 






16,837 


1,285 


7,609 


1,386 


1,686 


959 


105 



294 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Muhicipality 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths 
Falls 
7,418 


Stirling 
922 


Trenton 
7,636 


Tweed 


Population 


1,242 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,966.38 
1,322.66 


$ c. 

50,626.81 

17,268.63 

26,087.25 

952.85 

7.441.95 


$ c. 

5,668.14 
3,314.77 
1,222.15 

261.27 

1,708.39 

23.77 

371.40 


$ c. 

47,906.88 

26,320.43 

80,695.11 

4,410.20 

8,321.17 

400.83 

1,808.56 


$ c. 
6,409.18 


Commercial light service 


4,597.58 


Commercial power service 


3,728.75 


Municipal power 




339.93 


Street lighting 


848.00 


1,817.66 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


153.75 


3,397.53 


231.06 






Total earnings 


5,290.79 


105,775.02 


12,569.89 


169,863.18 


17,124.16 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,764.13 


66,441.77 
518.93 
600.83 

4,117.44 
207.33 
991.14 

2,628.06 

1,631.54 
233.90 
3,650.96 
3,114.44 
2,174.70 
1,183.98 
56.27 

1,023.19 

8,042.00 

5,000.00 


7,126.67 


117,997.29 


9,524.44 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 




272.80 

598.73 
18.50 
68.80 


287.19 

1,661.85 

80.29 

2,247.23 

1,099.97 

745.95 

3.28 

3,587.55 

6,168.40 

1,802.09 

532.94 

767.71 

8,159.22 

6,470.00 

7,500.00 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


292.53 


498 10 


Line transformer maintenance 


16.20 


Meter maintenance 


6.70 


115.59 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


113.49 


244.78 


415.69 


Promotion of business 


3.00 


Billing and collecting 




495.45 

1,172.64 

48.38 

194.05 


599.43 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


503.63 


256.08 
15.02 


Truck operation and maintenance 






Interest 


161.32 
675.47 
391.00 


157.59 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




1,694.10 


Depreciation 


1,014.00 


704.00 


Other reserves 


1,500.00 










Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


4,908.27 


101,616.48 


11,254.80 


159,110.96 


15,499.24 






Net surplus 


382.52 


4,158.54 


1,315.09 


10,752.22 


1,624.92 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


118 
31 


1,983 
286 

42 


285 
71 
10 


1,736 

259 

55 


303 


Commercial light service 


85 


Power service 


13 








Total 


149 


2,311 


366 


2,050 


401 







1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



*'B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
927 


Westport 
681 


Whitby 

4,282 


Williams- 
burg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
1,146 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

2,214.14 

1,342.98 

103 47 


$ c. 

6,576.52 

2,826.11 

759.63 


$ c. 

3,747.17 
2,811.07 


$ c. 

31,308.76 

14,229.99 

17,849.78 

1,762.01 

4,808.01 


$ c. 

1,693.39 

2,099.98 

138.88 


$ c. 

6,679.17 
4,068.29 
1,862.17 


$ c. 

1,992,364.76 

967,405.11 

1 200,629 85 






89,156'. 18 


628.08 


1,084.92 


1,384.04 


286.92 


916.65 

12.55 

382.61 


262,479.31 
10,057.49 


137.50 


307.50 


204.44 


781.50 


661.05 


63,463.53 


4,426.17 


11,554.68 


8,146.72 


70,740.05 


4,880.22 


13,921.44 


4,585,556.23 


2,329.91 


7,183.26 


4,267.52 


41,987.11 


2,806.79 


9,578.44 


2,950,284.65 
59,494 . 54 








607.19 

5,078.95 
321.25 

1,471.02 
902.90 

1,018.45 






8,435.25 


62.25 
4.02 


542.03 


199.23 


317.30 


456.31 


125,162.56 
10,677 25 


25 44 




139.59 


28.55 
13.55 

47.45 


48.50 
28.43 

123.56 


49,505 47 






48,903 . 75 


28.96 


100.75 


62.62 


66,011.32 
6,375 84 


137.70 


345.75 
274.81 
313.83 




2,827.70 

2,219.07 

529.11 

709.25 

817.13 

3,144.64 

4,255.00 




590.36 
341.20 


135,358 26 


85.82 


1,154.44 
21.09 


647.91 


143,924.24 
58 426 16 








19,682 81 


424 47 


348.03 

492.77 

1,012.00 


479.96 




124.13 
649.57 
879.00 


83,522 04 


374.67 




91,198 43 


302.00 


300.00 


312.00 


282,688.00 
173,376 97 
















3,775.24 


10,613 23 


6,624.45 


65,888.77 


4,173.55 


12,819.50 


4,313,027.54 


650.93 


941.45 


1,522.27 


4,851.28 


706.67 


1,101.94 


272,528.69 
















136 

40 

1 


345 

65 

5 


138 
47 


1,007 

162 

25 


96 
38 

1 


302 

90 

3 


67,738 

10,002 

1389 








177 


415 


185 


1,194 


135 


395 


79,129 



■rih 



296 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Fort William 
28,626 


Nipigon 
Twp. 


Port Arthur 
23,384 


THUNDER 
BAY 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

250,562.07 

104,246.65 

74,007.53 

31,480.93 

20,069.59 


$ c. 

4,490.07 

3,968.62 

488.04 

352.59 

720.00 


$ c. 

142,846.24 
86,895.57 

278,154.39 
34,003.89 
19,798.32 


$ c. 
397,898 38 


Commercial light service 


195,110 84 


Commercial power service 


352,649 96 


Municipal power 


65,837 41 


Street lighting 


40,587 91 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


996.40 


184.67 


21,873.49 


23 054 56 






Total earnings 


481,363.17 


10,203.99 


583,571.90 


1,075,139.06 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


313,429.34 

8,531.86 

901.22 

6,934.52 

445.66 

9,806.80 

'^ 8,539.29 

7,340.68 

95.57 

13,365.22 

15,312.00 

5,930.50 

3,096.15 

13,875.00 

5,254.84 

23,057.00 

13,000.00 


4,638.49 


336,006.46 

29,317.74 
1,110.79 

19,101.98 
1,226.88 
7,711.21 


654,074 29 


Substation operation 


37,849 60 


Substation maintenance 


501.19 

38.28 

118.12 


2 012 01 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


26 537 69 


Line transformer maintenance 


1,710.82 


Meter maintenance 


17,636.13 


Consumers' premises expenses 


8,539.29 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


139.69 


5,764.76 
2,169.07 
14,541.81 
13,462.41 
9,206.55 
1,750.83 


13,245 13 


Promotion of business 


2,264 64 


Billing and collecting 




27,907.03 


General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 


885.54 
43.12 


29,659.95 
15,180.17 


Truck operation and maintenance 

Interest 


4,846.98 


139.83 
732.02 
755.00 
500.00 


14.014.83 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


231.67 
31,381.48 
33,500.00 


6,218.53 


Depreciation 


55,193.48 


Other reserves 


47,000.00 






Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


448,915.65 


8,491.28 


506,483.64 


963,890.57 






Net surplus 


32,447.52 


1,712.71 


77,088.26 


111,248.49 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


6,912 

1,038 

112 


239 

54 

5 


5,731 

877 
110 


12,882 


Commercial light service 


1,969 


Power service 


227 






Total 


8,062 


298 


6,718 


15,078 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



**B''— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1942 



Capreol 
1,660 


North Bay 
15,975 


Sioux 

Lookout 

1,950 


Sudbury 
31,789 


NORTHERN 

ONTARIO 

DISTRICTS 

SUMMARY 


ALL 

SYSTEMS 

GRAND 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

9,640.42 
3,554.02 


$ c. 

109,605.52 

67,363.46 

45,950.11 

7,704.34 

10,738.08 

99.57 

. 4,112.40 


$ c. 

16,628.16 

12,733.15 

1,369.02 


$ c. 

238,762.39 

138,889.28 

43,502.90 

10,379.29 

27,512.04 


$ c. 

374,636.49 

222,539.91 

90,822.03 

18,822.88 

41,713.40 

99.57 

8,454.08 


$ c. 

14,874,937.14 

7,604,860.27 

15,433,320.91 


739 25 


2,026,826.92 


1,260.00 


2,203.28 


1,820,216.28 
50,276.58 


120.00 


15.51 


4,206.17 


680,825.29 


15,313.69 


245,573.48 


32,949.12 


468,252.07 


757,088.36 


42,491,263.39 


7,183.05 


128,979.00 


26,125.38 


259,231.75 


421,519.18 


26,459,900.78 
581,259.02 


116 97 


1,433.67 

7,384.81 
901.76 

4,231.65 
276.98 

1,731.25 
113.96 
9,185.55 
8,492.41 
4,174.68 
597.41 
8,267.50 

9,000.00 

16,277.00 

20,000.00 




9,128.32 

23,210.77 

1,177.35 

9,755.68 

313.76 

6,658.43 

329.10 

22,684.76 

15,183.75 

9,479.52 

4,482.88 

5,879.67 

9,715.71 

20,700.00 

15,000.00 


10,678.96 

33,366.32 

2,142.31 

14,330.64 

590.74 

9,217.60 

582.06 

36,274.08 

25,583.13 

13,797.80 

5,422.12 
14,147.17 

18,715.71 

38,323.00 

35,000.00 


361,643.95 


1,637.07 


1,133.67 

63.20 

155.05 


1,087,818.81 
133,888.95 


188.26 


440,877.18 
513,565.10 


622.34 


205.58 
139.00 
3,214.76 
819.32 
63.92 
341.83 


397,614.93 
193,692 . 33 


1,189.01 

1,087.65 

79.68 


1,171.345.63 

1,067,535.39 

553,599.71 

99 379 20 




973,383.83 






2 006,148.29 


900.00 


446.00 


2,853,619.59 
732,579.23 








13,004.03 


221,047.63 


32,707.71 


412,931.45 


679,690.82 


39.627,851.92 


2,309.66 


24,525.85 


241.41 


50,320.62 


77,397.54 


2,863,411.47 














336 
52 

1 


3,361 

665 

86 


482 

100 

2 


7,970 

1,030 

107 


12,149 

1,847 

196 


554,115 
76,423 
13,639 


389 


4.112 


584 


9,107 


14,192 


644,177 



298 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



STATEMENT **C" 
Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities 



Due to restrictions and changes resulting from orders of the 

Dominion Power Controller and economies effected by municipal 

co-operative action, statistics relating to Street Lighting are not 

presented in this year's Annual Report 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 2d9 



STATEMENT **D" 

(pages 300 to 317) 

Statistics relating to the Supply of Electrical ISbe^^ to Consumers 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1942 



STATEMENT **E" 

(pages 318 to 335) 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1942 



300 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

STATEMENT **D'' 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to 

Consumers in Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro -Electric Power Commission 

Regarding the results of Hydro operation from the standpoint of the 
consumers, the following tabulation gives much useful and interesting infor- 
mation. For each main class of service in each urban municipal utility receiv- 
ing power at cost from the Commission, Statement **D" lists the revenue, the 
consumption and the number of consumers, together with unit average costs 
and consumptions and other pertinent data. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread and beneficial a distribution of electrical energy as possible, and to 
extend to every community that can economically be reached by transmission 
lines, the benefit of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by 
reason of the distance from a source of supply or on account of the small 
quantity of power required by the municipality, the cost per horsepower to 
the municipality — and, consequently, the cost of service to the consumer — 
must unavoidably be higher than in more favourably situated communities, 
service has not been withheld when the consumers were able and willing to 
pay the cost. 

The accompanying diagram summarizes graphically certain data of 
Statement "D" respecting the average cost to the consumer. It will be 
observed that the total amount of energy sold in municipalities where circum- 
stances necessitate rates which result in the higher average costs to the con- 
sumer is relatively insignificant. With respect to power service, it should be 
noted that the statistics of Statement '*D", and of the diagram, cover mainly 
retail power service supplied to the smaller industrial consumers. The aver- 
age amount of power taken by the industrial consumers served by the 
municipalities is about 45 horsepower. The Commission serves certain 
large power consumers direct on behalf of the various systems of municipalities. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues reported in Statement "D", 
and used for purposes of calculating the net unit costs to the consumer, are 
the total revenues contributed by the consumers, and provide, in addition to 
the cost of power, sums specifically applicable to the retirement of capital, 
and also operating surplus which is in part applied to retirement of capital 
or extension of plant and is in part returned in cash to the consumers. 

It should also be noted that average costs per kilowatt-hour or per horse- 
power if employed indiscriminately as a criterion by means of which to com- 
pare the rates or prices for electrical service in various municipalities, will give 
misleading results. The average cost per kilowatt-hour, as given in State- 
ment '*D" for respective classes of service in each municipality, are statistical 
results obtained by dividing the respective revenues by the aggregate kilowatt- 
hours sold. As such, the data reflect the combined influence of a number 
of factors, of which the rates or prices to consumers are but one factor. Owing 
to the varying influence of factors other than the rates, it is seldom found that 
in any two municipalities the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumers, 
even of the same classification, is in proportion to the respective rates for ser- 
vice. Instances even occur where for a class of consumers in one municipality, 
the average costs per kilowatt-hour are substantially lower than for the same 
class in another municipality, even though the rates are higher. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY 
THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 




DOMESTIC SERVICE 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT- HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR: 



1.6 TO 2.9 CENTS 

10.6 
PER CENT 




3.0 CENTS 
OR MORE 



0.3 

PER CENT 




COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 



THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
N MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT- HOUR : 



2.0 TO 3.9 CENTS 

6.6 

PER CENT 




4.0 CENTS 
OR MORE 

0.2 

PER CENT 



POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY THE AGGREGATE HORSEPOWER 
SOLD FOR POWER SERVICE IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR: 



$30 OR MORE 





0.6 

PER CENT 



o 



302 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



With respect to domestic service, for example, instances may be observed 
where two municipalities have identical prices or rates for domestic service, 
but the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer varies by as much as 
50 per cent or more. Such variations are due principally to differences in the 
extent of utilization of the service for the operation of electric ranges, water 
heaters and other appliances, an indication of which is afforded by the statis- 
tics of average monthly consumption. 

In the case of power service, average unit costs are still less reliable as an 
indication of the relative rates for service in different municipalities. In the 
case of hydro-electric power supplied to industries at cost, the rate schedules 
incorporate charges both for demand and for energy consumption, and thus, 
although the quantity of power taken by a consumer — that is, the demand 
as measured in horsepower — is the most important factor affecting costs and 
revenues, it is not the only one. The number of hours the power is used in 
the month or year — which, in conjunction with the power, determines the 
energy consumption, as measured in kilowatt-hours — also affects the costs 
and revenues. Consequently, in two municipalities charging the same rates 
for power service, the average cost per horsepower to the consumer will vary 
in accordance with the consumers' average number of hours' use of the power 
per month. A greater average energy consumption per horsepower increases 
the average cost per horsepower and decreases the average cost per kilowatt- 
hour to the consumer, and vice versa* 

*In view of the fact that the data of Statement "D" have been misinterpreted in the making 
of certain comparisons as to the cost of electricity in various territories, it is desirable to add 
a word of caution respecting their significance. Essentially, the average cost or revenue per 
kilowatt-hour is not a criterion of rates even with similar forms of rate schedules and for the same 
class of service. Particularly is this true when revenues and consumptions of all classes of service 
and of all kinds of rate schedules, are indiscriminately lumped together in order to deduce a 
so-called "average cost or rate per kilowatt-hour" for all services. 

In one community rates for each class oj service, and the cost to every consumer in each class for 
any given service and consumption, may be substantially higher than in another community, and yet 
there may be in the former community a lower "average revenue per kilowatt-hour." 

Example. — Assume sales of electrical energy by two electric utilities, A and B, in each case 
10.000,000 kilowatt-hours. 



Class 
of 


Case A 
Higher rates and lower revenues 
per kilowatt-hour 


Case B 

Lower rates and higher revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 




Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 

kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Residence .... 


kw-hr. 
1,000,000 
9,000,000 


cents 
4 

1 


$ 
40,000 
90,000 


kw-hr. 
3,000,000 
7,000,000 


cents 

3 

0.75 


$ 
90,000 


Power 


52,500 






Total 


10,000,000 




130,000 


10,000,000 





142.500 






Average revenue 


1 . 3 cents per kw-hr. 


1.425 cents per kw-hr. 



It will be observed that in Case A the rates both for residence and for power service are 33 
per cent higher than in Case B, but the average revenue per kilowatt-hour is nearly 9 per cent less. 

In this instance, the explanation lies in the relative quantities of energy sold to each class. 
Service to large power consumers entails a smaller capital investment in distribution lines and 
equipment and lower operating costs per kilowatt-hour delivered, than does service to domestic 
and to commercial light consumers, and even where the rates for all classes of service are low, 
produces a smaller average revenue per kilowatt-hour. Consequently, if one electrical utility 
as compared with another sells a larger proportion of its energy for power purposes, its "average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour" may easily be lower than that of the other utility even though its 
rates for every class of service are substantially higher. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 303 

Although the derived statistics of Statement **D" are valueless as a means 
of comparing the rates in one municipality with those in another, they never- 
theless fulfil a function in affording a general measure of the economy of service 
to consumers in the co-operating Ontario municipalities — an economy that 
has resulted primarily from the low rates themselves, and secondarily from 
the extensive use of the service that has been made possible by the low rates. 

Actual bills rendered to typical consumers for similar service under 
closely comparable circumstances constitute the best basis for making com- 
parisons. In researches respecting rates to consumers therefore the actual 
rate schedules of Statement '*E" should be em.ployed and not statistics of 
average revenues per kilowatt-hour, as these are valueless for rate comparisons 
— and particularly so when all classifications of service are combined. 

In any consideration of the relative economies of electrical service in the 
various municipalities — whether based on the actual rates for service as set 
forth in Statement ''E", or on the derived statistics resulting from the rates 
and other factors as presented in Statement "D" — full account should be 
taken respectively of the influence upon costs of such factors as the size of 
the municipality, the distance from the source of power, the features of the 
power developments, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for 
electricity, and the sizes and characters of the loads supplied under the 
various classifications by the local electrical utility to the consumers. 

In Statement "D" account has been taken of the sizes of municipaHties by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 popula- 
tion; (ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (iii) small towns (under 2,000 
population), villages, and suburban areas in townships (which are comparable 
in respect of conditions of supply to the smaller towns and villages). The 
populations are also given, and the situation of any municipality with respect 
to transmission lines and power supplies may be ascertained by consulting the 
maps at the end of the Report. 

A feature of the electrical service in Ontario municipalities served by The 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission is the strikingly large average annual con- 
sumption per domestic consumer. Of the 89 cities and towns with popula- 
tions of 2,000 or more — in which over 85 per cent of the domestic consumers 
of the undertaking are served — no less than 82 have an average annuaL con- 
sumption per domestic consumer in excess of 1,000 kilowatt-hours; of these, 
61 have an average annual consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 
1,500 kilowatt-hours, 34 in excess of 2,000 kilowatt-hours, and 8 in excess of 
3,000 kilowatt-hours. In addition 87 smaller urban municipalities have an 
average annual consumption per domestic consumer exceeding 1,000 kilowatt- 
hours, including 16 in excess of 2,000 killowatt-hours. 

The high average consumption for domestic service results essentially 
from the policy of the undertaking in providing service "at cost"; the rate 
schedules designed according to this principle automatically encourage liberal 
use of the service. Under the standard rate schedules employed by Ontario 
municipalities, follow-up rates of 0.8 to 1.3 cents (less 10 per cent) are 
in common use, and as a rule even where the higher initial rates per kilowatt- 
hour obtain, it is only necessary for the domestic consumer to reach a monthly 
charge of from $2.00 to $3.00 to obtain the benefit of a follow-up rate of 1.8 
cents net. The cost of electric cooking is thus within reach of most of the 
domestic consumers in Ontario. Electric water heating is also encouraged 
by low flat rates for continuous heaters and by installation of equipment 
without capital cost to the consumer. In 1941, war conditions made neces- 
sary the suspension of new installations for water heating. 



304 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group I— CITIES 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



c 
.9 

«S6 



lie 






Belleville. . . .. 
Brantford. . . 

Chatham 

Fort William. 
Gait 



Guelph. . . 
Hamilton. 
Kingston . 
Kitchener 
London. . 



Niagara Falls , 
North Bay . . . 
Oshawa ...... 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. , 



Peterborough . 
Port Arthur . . 
St. Catharines. 
St. Thomas. . . 
Samia , . 



Stratford 

Sudbury 

Toronto 

Toront D.C. and 

60 eyelet 

Welland 



E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
T.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
N.O.P, 
E.O. 
E.O. 
G.B. 

E.O. 
T.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
N.O.P 

Nia. 



15,001 
32,174 
17,893 
28,626 
14,858 

22,685 
160,813 
28,345 
34,734 
76,086 

19,726 
15,975 
26,428 
154,585 
13,503 

25,529 
23,384 
30,406 
17,789 
17,911 

16,880 

31,789 

655,751 



Windsor. . . 
Woodstock 



Nia. 

Nia. 

Nia. 



12,838 

107,424 
12,125 



94,61^9.94 
183,220.23 

99,992.49 
250,562.07 
115,080.24 

118,637.67 
956,015.83 
193,669.75 
242,443.09 
576,855.00 

137,773.20 
109,605.52 
228,017.86 
617,824.21 
66,554.21 

198,088.56 
142,846.24 
177,614.95 
135,326.67 
99,174.35 

142,752.48 

238,762.39 

4,202,169.01 

10,834.72 
61,278.96 

731,270.00 
83,131.42 



kw-hr. 

10,937,187 

15,856,780 

5,973,022 
37,195,344 

9,421,190 

10,872,840 
83,106,737 
17,264,118 
22,563,001 
55,947,870 

13,510,727 

6,786,621 

15,140,133 

71,508,999 

5,140,640 

18,095,639 
16,230,630 
15,921,226 
14,290,376 
6,824,230 

11,852,310 

15,826,823 

364,103,985 

360,400 
4,688,343 

53,729,345 
7,591,485 



3,491 
8,056 
4,483 
6,912 
4,168 

5,611 

41,466 

7,655 

8,426 

18,988 

4,879 
3,361 
6,585 
15,177 
3,549 

6,540 
5,731 
8,327 
4,607 
4,943 

4,484 

7,970 

151.973 

186 
3,209 

26,097 
3,372 



kw-hr. 
261 
164 
111 

448 
188 

161 
167 
188 
223 
246 

231 
168 
191 
393 
121 

230 
236 
159 
258 
115 

220 
165 
200 

161 
122 

172 
188 



i$ c. 
2.26 
1.90 
1.85 
3.02 
2.30 

1.76 
1.92 
2.11 
2.40 
2.53 

2.35 
2.71 
2.88 
3.39 
1.56 

2.52 
2.08 
1.78 
2.45 
1.67 

2.65 
2.50 
2.30 

4.83 
1.59 

2.34 
2.05 



cents 
0.87 
1.16 
1.67 
0.67 
1.22 

.1.^9 
1.15 
1.12 
1.07 
1.03 

1.02 
1.61 
1.51 
0.86 
1.29 

1.09 
0.88 
1.12 
0.95 
1.45 

1.20 
1.50 
1.15 

3.00 
1.31 

1.36 
1.10 



fThis — with the exception of a relatively small D.C. power load — is a special service not 
created by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission but acquired through the purchase of a priv- 
ately owned company. It does not include street railway power. 

GROUP II— TOWNS 



Amherstburg. 
Amprior .... 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bowmanville. 



Brampton 

Brockville 

Carleton Place . 

Cobourg 

Collingwood . . . 



Dundas . . . 
Dunnville . 

Elmira 

Fergus 

Forest Hill. 



Nia. 


2,743 


E.O. 


3,949 


Nia. 


2,412 


G.B. 


9,994 


E.O. 


3,725 


Nia. 


5,823 


E.O. 


10,463 


E.O. 


4,258 


E.O. 


5,383 


G.B. 


5,808 


Nia. 


5,163 


Nia. 


4,069 


Nia. 


2,048 


Nia. 


2,787 


Nia. 


12.779 



23,663.39 
18,284.19 
13,251.96 
83,499.35 
32,483.16 

45,780.50 
62,35(5.67 
22,106.36 
38,545.53 
34,519.97 

27,394.50 
16,931.84 
16,992.15 
21,327.71 
209,326.15 



1,776,735 

971,372 

907,615 

7,172,279 

2,061,293 

3,859,978 
5,686,525 
1,526,075 
2,338,292 
2,235,769 

1,788,558 

980,764 

1,136,046 

1,147,540 

16,022,185 



728 


203 


2.70 


846 


96 


1.82 


732 


103 


1.51 


2.381 


251 


2.92 


1,199 


143 


2.14 


1,584 


203 


2.41 


3,014 


157 


1.72 


1,067 


119 


1.72 


1,406 


139 


2.28 


1,573 


118 


1.83 


1,372 


109 


1.66 


1,026 


80 


1.38 


549 


172 


2.58 


772 


124 


2.30 


3,387 


394 


5.15 



1.33 
1.88 
1.46 
1.16 
1.58 

1.18 
1.10 
1.45 
1.65 
1.54 

1.53 
1.73 
1.50 
1.86 
1.31 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 
Population, 10,000 or more 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










c 












Total 
number 






>Jumber 


•2 




S. 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


>>& 


>. 


da 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


"5i 


^s 




Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


|ii 


III 




sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








60,452.20 


5,124,295 


693 


616 


7.27 


1.18 


54,422.37 


104 


3,346.0 


4,288 


85,616.00 


8,670,614 


1,212 


596 


5.89 


0.99 


308,507.50 


206 


16,852.8 


9,474 


100,399.07 


6,602,619 


786 


700 


10.64 


1.52 


95,689.91 


105 


4,430.1 


5,374 


104,246.65 


8,101,095 


1,038 


650 


8.36 


1.29 


105,488.46 


112 


5,855.2 


8,062 


58,014.26 


4,124,326 


497 


692 


9.73 


1.41 


162,108.52 


115 


8,093.2 


4,780 


58,572.57 


5,047,720 


793 


530 


6.16 


1.16 


141,472.20 


134 


8,368.2 


6,538 


513,723.17 


46,230,695 


5,236 


736 


8.18 


1.11 


2 904 672.75 


1,322 


147,968.5 


48,024 


131,514.83 


11,056,036 


1085 


849 


10.10 


1.19 


153,301.58 


137 


8,021.9 


8,877 


141,995.57 


9,548,955 


1,077 


739 


10.99 


1.49 


407,548.08 


263 


19,334.2 


9,766 


227,754.20 


18,669,260 


1,933 


805 


9.82 


1.22 


529,823.47 


452 


28,168.3 


21,373 


73,733.75 


6,361,295 


756 


701 


8.13 


1.16 


109,393.00 


102 


6,265.5 


5,737 


67,363.46 


3,186,759 


665 


399 


8.44 


2.11 


53,654.45 


86 


2,054.7 


4,112 


82,619.77 


4,294,402 


694 


516 


9.92 


1.92 


322,547.81 


113 


13,905.5 


7,392 


248,809.70 


18,981,018 


1,456 


1,086 


14.24 


1.31 


89,280.94 


204 


5,472.0 


16,837 


52,641.55 


3,623,794 


528 


572 


8.31 


1.45 


64,428.29 


104 


3,669.5 


4,181 


97,625.75 


5,850,302 


904 


539 


8.99 


1.65 


158,188.27 


165 


7,903.0 


7,609 


86,895.57 


7,506,946 


877 


713 


8.26 


1.16 


278,154.39 


110 


20,288.2 


6,718 


102,655.24 


9,377,306 


1,046 


747 


8.18 


1.09 


459,166.24 


208 


24,522.6 


9,581 


56,891.62 


4,939,449 


599 


687 


7.91 


1.15 


69,054.83 


82 


4,167.7 


5,288 


58,686.23 


4,352,208 


621 


584 


7.88 


1.34 


215,283.44 


86 


9,051.1 


5,650 


55,855.09 


3,378,691 


585 


481 


7.96 


1.65 


70,533.20 


115 


3,507.2 


5,184 


138,889.28 


6,429,643 


1,030 


520 


11.24 


2.16 


53,882.19 


107 


2,019.1 


9,107 


2,699,201.06 


193.199,218 


22,651 


710 


9.93 


1.40 


♦4,951,541.12 


4,332 


208,622.0 


178,956 


43,151.44 


1,099,240 


293 


312 


12.27 


3.93 


272,523.60 


741 


10,835.0 


1,220 


43,619.36 


3,720,192 


448 


692 


8.11 


1.17 


248,613.29 


95 


12,011.1 


3,752 


414,694.80 


29,004,447 


3,111 


777 


11.11 


1.42 


808,488.15 


494 


36,899.2 


29,702 


48,864.26 


3,883,115 


462 


700 


8.81 


1.26 


114,155.80 


97 


6,539.6 


3,931 



Note — The above group of 26 cities utilizes about 80 per cent of the power distributed by 
the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 
*Does not include street railway power. 

of Population, 2,000 or more 



8,997.66 

9,897.31 

10,500.80 

48,375.53 

10,976.96 

20,105.14 
29,035.55 
9,122.07 
19,729.49 
16,081.92 

14,647.45 

16,330.53 

9,636.31 

9,495.26 

26,761.60 



553,443 
383,643 
687,490 
3,162,239 
565,414 

1,269,444 
2,567,608 

455,179 
1,003,797 

886,691 

913,273 

1,050,711 

430,978 

483,140 

1,637.235 



131 


352 


5.72 


1.62 


145 


220 


5.72 


2.58 


147 


390 


5.95 


1.53 


404 


652 


9.98 


1.53 


155 


303 


5.90 


1.95 


272 


389 


6.16 


1.58 


403 


531 


6.00 


1.13 


182 


200 


4.17 


2.00 


214 


391 


7.68 


1.87 


208 


355 


6.44 


1.81 


190 


401 


6.42 


1.60 


210 


417 


6.48 


1.55 


120 


299 


6.69 


2.24 


118 


341 


6.71 


1.97 


254 


537 


8.78 


1.63 



7,663.22 
18,174.61 
10,694.57 
26,957.88 
58,610.04 

24,929.34 
53,477.06 
29,033.93 
28,983.92 
37,950.55 

40,026.30 
18,884.72 
11,338.98 
24,808.91 
3,390.26 



16 


344.2 


19 


852.6 


14 


581.0 


46 


1,420.9 


27 


2,392.0 


53 


1,403.3 


74 


3,065.6 


17 


1,472.5 


47 


1,474.6 


46 


2,143.3 


37 


2,438.6 


28 


1,122.5 


24 


523.2 


13 


976.8 


25 


172.1 



875 
1,010 

893 
2.831 
1,381 

1,960 
3,491 
1,266 
1,667 
1,827 

1,599 

1,264 

693 

903 

3,666 



306 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 

For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group II— TOWNS 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



S £3 * 

>S8 



2S- 
8*23 



Georgetown 

Goderich 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Hespeler 

Humberstone 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Kincardine 

Kingsville 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Long Branch 

Meaford 

Merritton • 

Midland 

Mimico 

Napanee 

New Toronto 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Orange ville. .... 

Paris 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colbome 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Preston 

Riverside 

St. Marys 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls 

Strathroy 

Swansea 

Tecumseh 

Thorold 

Tillsonburg 

Trenton 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Waterloo 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wingham 



Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

E.O. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
E.O. 
G.B. 



2.498 
4,886 
2,303 
3,318 
2,967 

2,896 
2,909 
5,616 
2,254 
2,367 

5,534 
7,773 
?-,002 
4,600 
2,676 

3,131 
6,475 
7,641 
3,277 
7,855 

2,019 
2,552 
4,604 
4,037 
4,286 

2,681 
3,570 
6,903 
2,061 
4,962 

3,120 
6,606 
5,525 
4,017 
5,955 

7,418 
2,873 
6,872 
2,570 
5,284 

3,981 
7,636 
2,617 
4,976 
8,885 

5,784 
4,282 
2,061 



$ c. 
20,977.74 
35,244.93 
11,341.26 
22„178.27 
18,721.41 

11,561.37 
14,221.81 
33,205.13 
16,038.37 
14,745.37 

28,529.26 
46,916.13 
17,639.60 
34,788.69 
14,326.52 

17,682.93 
37,362.20 
64,161.00 
26,350.62 
42,963.44 

17,213.82 
16,074.54 
25,692.20 
13,306.04 
26,261.71 

13,264.81 
25,283.67 
33,904.81 
11,716.07 
31,742.92 

21,784.45 
36,095.34 
42,087.09 
27,706.35 
27,54i:3B 

50,626.81 
22,098.18 
74,305.80 
15,869.28 
21,931.50 

19,550.44 
47,906.88 
18.429.08 
22,7ji5.06 
72,250.77 

57,256.80 
31,308.76 
13.050.79 



kw-hr. 
1,428,965 
2,229,930 
951,002 
1,329,052 
1,252,820 

633,452 
1,260,585 
2,557,354 

647,153 

947,582 

2,124,393 
3,415,769 
1,218.819 
2,316,616 
715,328 

1,415,410 
2,615,055 
4,936,309 
1,759,057 
3,148,407 

1,488,273 
916,395 

2,089,027 
664,217 

1,944,490 

737,387 
1,656,330 
1,815,460 

626,280 
2,505,168 

1,701,732 
2,760,495 
2,154,025 
1,897,430 
1,900.382 

3,993,625 
1,786,893 
5,713,216 
607,030 
1,653,171 

1,273,380 
3,496,891 
1,053,718 
1,323,865 
7,265,880 

5,960,885 

2,289.198 

730.803 



815 
1,324 
524 
805 
824 

715 
734 
1,503 
701 
632 

1,627 

2,104 

795 

1,533 

744 

856 
1,694 
2,155 

874 
1,951 

600 
750 

1,208 
728 

1,061 

770 
1,150 
1,602 

491 
1,437 

775 
1,637 
1,475 
1,020 
1,643 

1,983 
835 

2,158 
682 

1,247 

1,204 
1,736 
664 
1,279 
2,210 

1,610 

1,007 

580 



kw-hr. 
146 
140 
151 
138 
127 

74 
143 
142 

77 
125 

109 
135 
128 
126 



138 
129 
191 
168 
134 

207 
102 
144 
76 
152 

79 
120 

94 
106 
145 

183 
141 
122 
155 
96 

168 
178 
221 
74 
110 



168 

132 

86 

274 

309 
189 
105 



$ c 

2.14 

2.22 

1. 

2.30 

1.89 

1.35 
1.61 
1.84 
1.91 
1.94 

1.46 
1.85 
1.85 
1.89 
1.60 

1.72 
1.84 
2.48 
2.51 
1.84 

2.39 
1.79 
1.77 
1.52 
2.06 

1.43 
1.83 
1.76 
1.99 
1.84 

2.34 

1.84 
2.38 
2.26 
1.40 

2.13 
2.21 
2.87 
1.94 
1.47 

1.35 
2.30 
2.31 
1.48 
2.72 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



**D''— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 
population, 2,000 or more 



Commercial Light service 


Power 


service 












c 












Total 
number 




] 


Vumber 






^ 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


.^1 


>^ 


p. 




of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


^•sl 


Si5 


?i 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2 c 








sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








8,464.17 


502.486 


129 


325 


5.47 


1.68 


32,450.00 


28 


1,486.4 


972 


18,383.41 


844,190 


246 


286 


6.23 


2.18 


18,558.46 


20 


836.7 


1,590 


12,392.52 


1,121,028 


118 


792 


8.75 


1.11 


15,529.70 


15 


795.6 


657 


8,791.57 


423,074 


136 


259 


5.39 


2.08 


22,798.90 


25 


1,028.7 


966 


5,089.03 


293,420 


. 85 


288 


4.99 


1.74 


58,121.28 


28 


2,595.4 


937 


3,761.60 


261,507 


79 


276 


3.97 


1.44 


5,561.27 


11 


286.8 


805 


11,392.52 


761,967 


133 


477 


7.14 


1.50 


15,359.60 


16 


991.7 


883 


17,861.94 


1,209,875 


224 


450 


6.64 


1.48 


45,112.43 


44 


2,364.9 


1,771 


8,588.28 


291,602 


116 


209 


6.17 


2.95 


12,162.42 


16 


505.1 


833 


8,842.46 


500,347 


157 


266 


4.69 


1.76 


6,131.01 


20 


340.6 


809 


18,811.14 


1,406,743 


272 


431 


5.76 


1.33 


21,087.58 


33 


1,098.1 


1,932 


30,518.36 


1,646,529 


325 


422 


7.82 


1.85 


61,514.36 


70 


2.655.1 


2,499 


12,966.94 


780,374 


157 


414 


6.88 


1.67 


19,324.54 


23 


960.8 


975 


6,674.31 


424,985 


102 


347 


5.45 


1.57 


5,620.89 


9 


262.6 


1,644 


8,889.96 


443,788 


149 


248 


4.97 


2.00 


9,813.48 


18 


532.9 


911 


4,190.68 


337,787 


61 


461 


5.72 


1.24 


194,125.28 


16 


9,384.7 


933 


19,394.49 


1,180,424 


196 


502 


8.25 


1.64 


74,141.40 


54 


4,313.2 


1,944 


11,141.38 


705,033 


144 


408 


6.43 


1.58 


15,563.54 


23 


633.3 


2,322 


18,000.77 


890,048 


200 


371 


7.50 


2.02 


10,905.58 


25 


578.8 


1,099 


21,013.53 


1,634,705 


228 


597 


7.68 


1.29 


268,990.34 


39 


11,677.0 


2,218 


7,765.07 


473,915 


104 


380 


6.22 


1.64 


5,406.28 


12 


205.4 


716 


10,049.99 


519,047 


150 


288 


5.58 


1.94 


7,502.06 


25 


425.7 


925 


9,127.60 


794,699 


192 


344 


3.96 


1.15 


24,466.68 


25 


1,445.5 


1,425 


8,759.76 


423,016 


107 


329 


6.82 


2.07 


21,729.57 


22 


889.0 


857 


15.990.55 


954,948 


197 


404 


6.76 


1.67 


17,515.53 


27 


974.9 


1,285 


8,863.68 


433,038 


162 


222 


4.55 


2.04 


24,871.66 


62 


918.1 


994 


16,251.46 


972,451 


202 


401 


6.70 


1.67 


6,284.04 


34 


429.3 


1,386 


21,998.32 


1,272,515 


237 


447 


7.73 


1.73 


27,476.00 


29 


1,302.0 


1,868 


5,987.90 


266,274 


105 


211 


4.75 


2.25 


4,198.59 


6 


223.2 


602 


14,663.30 


824,890 


212 


324 


5.76 


1.78 


35,124.40 


37 


1,817.0 


1.686 


12,893.56 


742,023 


161 


384 


6.67 


1.73 


10,586.12 


23 


586.2 


959 


20,199.76 


1,243,649 


225 


461 


7.48 


1.62 


63,610.85 


46 


3,415.0 


1,908 


6,022.09 


318,701 


60 


443 


8.36 


1.88 


7,196.14 


14 


277.3 


1,549 


10,166.69 


489,145 


164 


249 


5.17 


2.08 


24,846.57 


38 


1,071.6 


1,222 


32,005.11 


2,092,153 


384 


454 


6.95 


1.53 


28,402.05 


42 


1,623.3 


2,069 


17,268.63 


1,177,578 


286 


343 


5.06 


1.47 


27,040.10 


42 


1,442.0 


2,311 


12,043. IC 


757,900 


175 


361 


5.73 


1.59 


15,026.72 


32 


835.0 


1,042 


10,109.7^ 


588,914 


81 


606 


10.40 


1.72 


27,551.04 


16 


1,180.6 


2,255 


5,580.32 


256,700 


52 


411 


8.94 


2.17 


2,553.34 


2 


101.7 


736 


8,780.72 


800,135 


164 


407 


4.46 


1.10 


40,469.85 


16 


1,957.3 


1,427 


17,979.5^ 


\ 1,265,551 


240 


439 


6.24 


1.42 


14,216.52 


35 


811.4 


1,479 


26,320.42 


1,396,980 


259 


449 


8.47 


' 1.88 


85,105.31 


55 


3,813.3 


2,050 


11,189.8/ 


538,992 


140 


1 321 


6.66 


) 2.08 


10,421.23 


20 


389.9 


824 


15,390. 2c 


) 1,013,555 


243 


348 


\ 5.28 


\ 1.51 


82,911.70 


41 


3,315.8 


1,563 


28,301. 3c 


) 2,137,601 


24^ 


> 718 


\ 9.51 


1.32 


61,350.38 


72 


3,234.6 


2,530 


13,102. 5^ 


) 1,114,795 


» 180 


) 516 


) 6.07 


' 1.18 


66,190.51 


31 


3,231.0 


1,821 


14,229.9^ 


) 839,04C 


) 162 


431 


7.2C 


) 1.70 


19,611.79 


25 


857.9 


1,194 


8,824.9^ 


I 388,037 


' 145 


> 223 


5.07 


' 2.27 


11,172.66 


22 


469.0 


747 



308 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 

Note — The power used in the smaller places and rural districts is a relatively small pro- 
portion of the power distributed by the Commission. Thus, the power used by the small munici- 
palities in the following group, which includes small towns, villages and certain suburban areas 
in townships, is less than 10 per cent of the power distributed by the Commission to Ontario 
municipalities. This relatively small proportion of the total power, however, exerts upon the 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





P 




Number 


.9 




of 


>^& 


>> 


con- 


P^ 


Si2 


sumers 




|ii 



Acton 

Agincourt .... 
Ailsa Craig . . . 

Alexandria 

Alliston. ..... 

Alvinston 

Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens. . .. 

Ayr , 

Baden 

Bath 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton , 

Belle River 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bradford , 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden , 

Brighton , 

Brussels , 

Burford , 

Burgessville 

Caledonia 

Campbellville. . 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth 



Nia. 


1,954 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


457 


E.O. 


1,95^ 


G.B. 


1,590 


Nia. 


645 


Nia. 




E.O. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


385 


G.B. 


1,043 


E.O. 


676 


Nia. 


772 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


352 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,251 


G.B. 


904 


G.B. 


634 


Nia. 


844 


Nia. 


1,812 


E.O. 


612 


Nia. 


652 


Nia. 


590 


Nia. 


644 


G.B. 


947 


Nia. 




G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


1,465 


Nia. 


760 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,425 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


762 


N.O.P. 


1,660 


E.O. 


1,642 


Nia. 


687 


G.B. 


325 



$ c. 

13,479.95 
5,871.58 
2,666.78 
7,275.45 

12,236.99 

3,989.88 
13,454.11 
1,430.90 
3,140.27 
5,719.68 

3,053.22 
6,121.91 
4,052.79 
2,348.65 
3,801.65 

11,592.27 
6,847.12 
3,617.06 
5,167.35 
9,405.49 

3,311.62 
3,753.05 
4,588.69 
2,638.99 
6,846.92 

28,412.04 
1,550.91 
5,220.34 
2,330.50 

11,036.95 

4,667.62 
5,470.66 
1,813.39 
6,923.18 
1,511.04 

5,387.70 
9,640.42 
8,396.54 
3,924.85 
2,302.14 



kw-hr. 




1,044,789 


542 


386,805 


167 


146,612 


146 


224,833 


390 


552,330 


400 


93,400 


190 


815,798 


380 


31,593 


67 


83,292 


112 


147,550 


225 


70,320 


163 


349,167 


219 


315,890 


161 


64,990 


56 


218,140 


167 


897,264 


384 


392,552 


317 


94,110 


139 


206,670 


264 


542,228 


555 


136,293 


174 


142,323 


181 


264,988 


186 


159,035 


185 


235,430 


269 


1,661,648 


1,325 


38,313 


58 


254,345 


174 


77,070 


124 


381,594 


552 


167,858 


250 


365,612 


245 


62,969 


56 


360,242 


447 


40,598 


53 


227,240 


247 


347,304 


336 


535,360 


384 


133,787 


181 


94,797 


98 



kw-hr. 

161 

193 

84 

48 

115 

41 
179 
39 
62 
55 

36 
133 
164 

97 
109 

195 

103 

56 

65 

81 

65 
66 
119 
71 
73 

105 
55 

122 
51 
58 

56 

124 
94 
67 
64 

77 
86 
116 
62 
81 



$ c. 
2.07 
2.93 
1.52 
1.55 
2.55 

1.75 
2.95 
1.78 
2.34 
2.12 

1.56 
2.33 
2.10 
3.50 
1.90 

2.52 
1.80 
2.17 
1.63 
1.41 

1.59 
1.73 
2.06 
1.18 
2.12 

1.79 
2.23 
2.50 
1.56 
1.67 

1.56 
1.86 
2.70 
1.29 
2.38 

1.82 
2.39 
1.82 
1.81 
1.9^ 



cents 
1.3 
1.5 
1.8 
3.2 
2.2 

4.3 
1.6 
4.5 
3.8 
3.9 

4.3 
1.8 
1.3 
3.6 
1.7 

1.3 
1.7 
3.8 
2.5 

1.7 

2.4 
2.6 
1.7 
1.6 
2.9 

1.7 
4.0 
2.1 
3.0 
2.9 

2.8 
1.5 
2.9 
1.9 
3.7 

2.4 
2.7 
1.6 
2.9 
2.4 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



**D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 

economic life of the Province a most beneficial influence. It should further be appreciated that 
about 35 per cent of these municipalities obtain their power, not from Niagara, but from relatively 
small water-power developments throughout the Province, or from purchased power. The net 
cost per kilowatt-hour given in the table is the cost inclusive of all charges. Consult also intro- 
duction to Statement "D", page 300. 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










c 












Total 
number 






Number 


•2 




K 




Number 


Average 
monthly 


of 






of 


>»c 


>» 


Cu 




of 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


m2 1 


S>2 




Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


E c «" 


2S- 




sumers 


power 










0) S 

>68 


^>i% 


1^ 










$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ C. 








5,456.94 


346,930 


87 


332 


5.23 


1.6 


31,176.25 


18 


1,249.1 


647 


1,174.86 


43,862 


26 


141 


3.77 


2.7 


1.150.76 


3 


62.8 


196 


1,176.66 


48,188 


34 


118 


2.88 


2.4 


1,358.01 


4 


54.9 


184 


4,879.13 


146,816 


99 


157 


4.11 


3.3 


3,716.51 


15 


97.7 


504 


8,783.18 


277,951 


107 


216 


6.84 


3.2 


3,742.86 


15 


198.4 


522 


1,923.82 


55,667 


52 


89 


3.08 


3.5 


537.54 


3 


17.4 


245 


3,283.50 


146,402 


45 


271 


6.08 


2.2 


1,256.11 


8 


66.7 


433 


961.30 


33,890 


21 


134 


3.82 


2.8 


500.48 


2 


21.9 


90 


1575.93 


36,768 


32 


96 


4.10 


4.3 


233.20 


2 


4.7 


146 


4,673.79 


109,832 


78 


117 


4.99 


4.2 


1,511.73 


8 


86.5 


311 


1,622.83 


53,123 


42 


105 


3.22 


3.1 


834.97 


1 


32.0 


206 


2,140.63 


105,844 


44 


200 


4.05 


2.0 


672.20 


5 


36.3 


268 


2,226.65 


110,761 


36 


256 


5.15 


2.1 


10,549.55 


3 


414.4 


200 


713.37 


13,950 
25,740 


10 
23 


116 
93 


5.94 

2.44 


5.1 
2.6 








66 


674.66 


■** 16,726:68 


4 


"'656:3 


194 


5,439.09 


233,096 


74 


262 


6.13 


2.3 


2,105.98 


4 


105.6 


462 


2,575.56 


• 144,381 


64 


188 


3.35 


1.8 


1,067.59 


7 


59.2 


388 


2,306.86 


55,395 


31 


149 


6.20 


4.2 


3,295.97 


5 


102.2 


175 


2,588.68 


122,486 


45 


226 


4.79 


2.1 


1,625.44 


2 


46 4 


311 


8,499.62 


499,472 


136 


306 


5.20 


1.7 


5,349.62 


15 


238.0 


706 


2,305.35 


87,091 


42 


173 


4.57 


2.6 


1,232.95 


7 


41.6 


223 


2,205.04 


82,283 


47 


146 


3.91 


2.7 


1,073.08 


4 


49.2 


232 


1,990.18 


78,251 


47 


139 


3.53 


2.5 


2,466.24 


9 


109.3 


242 


2,029.32 


116,910 


53 


183 


3.19 


1.7 


948.12 


7 


87.9 


245 


4,544.30 


127,729 


74 


144 


5.12 


3.6 


4,608.85 


11 


184.6 


354 


4,508.25 


339,613 


56 


505 


6.71 


1.3 


6,609.38 


7 


252.0 


1,388 


601.21 


23,050 


22 


87 


2.28 


2.6 


783.00 


3 


36.0 


83 


1,611.23 


59,834 


20 


249 


6.71 


2.7 


244.85 


2 


9.5 


196 


1,921.22 


67,555 


37 


152 


4.32 


2.8 


701.23 


4 


21.4 


165 


4,355.62 


171,473 


94 


152 


3.86 


2.5 


4,353.87 


10 


213.6 


656 


3,143.61 


105,374 


69 


127 


3.80 


3.0 


963.89 


4 


35.7 


323 


1,852.29 


106,231 


38 


233 


4.06 


1.7 


1,466.65 


3 


84.1 


286 


599.23 


18,083 


16 


94 


3.12 


3.3 


253.38 


2 


14.7 


74 


5,431.64 


343,134 


100 


286 


4.53 


1.6 


2,270.42 


10 


101.6 


557 


785.95 


22,083 


12 


153 


5.45 


3.6 


196.57 


1 


4.3 


66 


2,210.06 


76,765 


65 


98 


2.83 


2.9 


2,595.71 


10 


120.5 


322 


3,554.02 


147,554 


52 


236 


5.69 


2.4 


739.25 


1 


25.0 


389 


2,426.37 


116,210 


58 


167 


3.49 


2.1 


356.97 


2 


18.0 


444 


3,655.94 


114,313 


66 


144 


4.62 


3.2 


893.16 


6 


44.1 


253 


1,131.20 


54 898 


30 


152 


3.14 


2.1 








128 



310 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





§ 




Number 


.2 




of 


>.a 


>. 


con- 


s^?i 


S^2. 


sumers 


2 c CO 






5 ^ 


a; S 




< 


>tiii 



Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Colborne. . . . . . 

Coldwater 

Comber 

Cookstown . . . . 

Cottam 

Courtright. . . . 

Creemore 

Dash wood. . . . . 
Delaware 

Delhi. 

Deseronto 

Dorchester. . . . 

I^rayton 

Dresden ; 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York Twp 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro. 

Erieau 

Erie Beach . . . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp. 
Exeter 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Glencoe 



G.B. 


1,771 


E.G. 


1,073 


Nia. 


1,320 


Nia. 


452 


Nia. 


1,922 


E.G. 


659 


E.G. 


952 


G.B. 


563 


Nia: 


P.V. 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


341 


G.B. 


666 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,908 


E.G. 


1,002 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


526 


Nia. 


1,529 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


688 


G.B. 


1,959 


Nia. 


804 


Nia. 




G.B. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,208 


Nia. 


420 


Nia. 


243 


Nia. 


24 


Nia. 


1,952 


Nia. 




Nia. 


1,582 


E.G. 


393 


G.B. 


458 


Nia. 


919 


Nia. 


1,569 


Nia. 


764 



$ c. 
9,914.84 
5,005.57 
8,658.41 
2,847.74 
14,829.37 

2,392.63 
6,267.73 
3,579.07 
2,258.29 
2,461.34 

2,758.68 
1,513.26 
3,593.41 
2,191.66 
2,037.56 

11,924.64 
6,650.46 
2,884.77 
3,445.96 
7,212.40 

2,459.19 
1,262.88 
3,535.78 
7,323.28 
3,123.83 

241,405.89 
3,822 . 88 
1,192.31 
8,559.41 
3,369.35 

4,224.12 

1,623.19 

8,664 . 84 

191,834.22 

13,426.90 

2,376.43 
2,052.94 
6,093.58 
13,073.65 
4,864.90 



kw-hr. 
631,900 
363,700 
682,256 
114,568 
947,129 

98,077 

298,945 

182,124 

82,788 

64,027 

106,595 
41,949 

128,495 
74,950 

121,499 

608,720 
238,483 
156,467 
123,133 
379,008 

118,218 
51,006 
174,130 
424,994 
206,180 

16,245,060 

177,750 

31,346 

446,162 

192,596 

165,677 

29,853 

506,340 

16,309,759 

946,653 

135,244 
81,395 
309,333 
768,430 
187,761 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


457 


115 


1.81 


245 


124 


1.70 


352 


162 


2.05 


131 


73 


1.81 


573 


138 


2.16 


147 


55 


1.35 


275 


91 


1.90 


157 


97 


1.90 


115 


60 


1.64 


112 


48 


1.83 


129 


69 


1.78 


78 


44 


1.61 


168 


64 


1.78 


99 


63 


1.84 


66 


153 


2.57 


592 


87 


1.70 


347 


58 


1.60 


148 


88 


1.62 


168 


61 


1.71 


469 


67 


1.28 


85 


116 


2.41 


57 


75 


1.85 


203 


71 


1.45 


468 


76 


1.30 


226 


76 


1.15 


11,108 


121 


1.81 


196 


76 


1.63 


67 


39 


1.48 


357 


104 


2.00 


119 


135 


2.36 


190 


72 


1.85 


83 


30 


1.63 


516 


82 


1.40 


5,521 


246 


2.90 


525 


150 


2.13 


102 


110 


1.94 


132 


51 


1.30 


287 


90 


1.77 


485 


132 


2.25 


224 


70 


1.81 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



**D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










g 












Total 
number 






Number 


.2 




i 




Number 


Average 
monthly 


of 






of 


>>& 


>> 


o. 




of 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


a^i 


&5 


S-c 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 




2c„ 




sumers 


power 










|ii 


m 


li 










$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


$ C. 








5,883.63 


312,190 


90 


289 


5.45 


1.9 


7,020.90 


20 


391.6 


567 


3,879.88 


168,860 


69 


204 


4.69 


2.3 


2,478.14 


4 


109.8 


318 


3,044.86 


197,921 


46 


359 


5.52 


1.5 


1,203.05 


2 


42.2 


400 


1,733.38 


65,463 


34 


160 


4.25 


2.6 


747.88 


2 


20.5 


167 


8,522.81 


432,478 


117 


308 


6.07 


1.9 


6,342.38 


18 


288.0 


708 


2,140.21 


61,995 


49 


105 


3.63 


3.5 


323.76 


1 


11.6 


197 


2,803.06 


116,108 


68 


142 


3.44 


2.4 


824.73 


5 


43.7 


348 


1,315.65 


36,922 


51 


60 


2.15 


3.6 


644.95 


2 


27.3 


210 


1.891.23 


64,401 


45 


126 


3.50 


2.9 


2,356.65 


4 


85.6 


164 


1,461.28 


29,508 


34 


72 


3.58 


5.0 


1,218.20 


3 


60.1 


149 


1,736.41 


76,252 


28 


227 


5.17 


2.3 


334.96 


2 


19.0 


159 


743.84 


26,583 


19 


116 


3.26 


2.7 


974.64 


1 


12.5 


98 


1,521.77 


60,535 


49 


103 


2.59 


2.5 


1,279.24 


3 


71.5 


220 


1,169.45 


40,620 


27 


125 


3.61 


2.9 


1,044.93 


2 


39.0 


128 


655.59 


22,657 
452,072 


15 
150 


126 
251 


3.64 
5.67 


2.9 
2.3 








81 


10,214.35 


7,638.68 


8 


271.7 


750 


3.068.77 


104,910 


60 


146 


4.26 


2.9 


1,995.04 


5 


71.9 


412 


1,055.74 


45,931 


29 


132 


3.03 


2.3 


712.14 


2 


35.9 


179 


1,947.08 


■ 59,401 


61 


81 


2.66 


3.3 


1,276.67 


c 


56.0 


234 


6,507.55 


357,407 


121 


246 


4.48 


1.8 


4,050.65 


11 


268.6 


601 


1,084.64 


47,535 


26 


152 


3.48 


2.3 


823.82 


1 


34.9 


112 


855.24 


32,081 


27 


99 


2.64 


2.7 


1,517.53 


2 


61.4 


86 


3,335.71 


118,292 


72 


137 


3.86 


2.8 


3,217.83 


6 


162.8 


281 


4,889.93 


241,274 


102 


197 


4.00 


2.0 


4,489.14 


12 


217.0 


582 


2,514.99 


132,580 


66 


167 


3.18 


1.9 


3,526.72 


11 


200.9 


303 


30,890.41 


1,807,865 


489 


308 


5.26 


1.7 


45,060.63 


41 


1,827.3 


11,638 


1,637.42 


76,469 


49 


130 


2.78 


2.1 


3,039.05 


6 


134.6 


251 


697.52 


17,891 


19 


78 


3.06 


3.9 


1,249.75 


1 


41.8 


87 


4,626.46 


205,602 


68 


252 


5.67 


2.3 


4,624.42 


4 


238.5 


429 


1,235.29 


37,063 


36 


86 


2.86 


3.3 


763.45 


2 


38.0 


157 


1,611.75 


60,120 


15 


334 


8.95 


2.7 


584.35 


2 


26.2 


207 


210.69 


6,390 
558,524 


3 

127 


177 
366 


5.85 
5.52 


3.3 
1.5 








86 


8,412.55 


"" 8^840' 47 


■■'■20 


"■53l!4 


663 


30,092.12 


1,940,875 


290 


558 


8.65 


1.6 


38,132.45 


41 


1,758.3 


5,852 


7,386.74 


375,978 


119 


263 


5.17 


2.0 


4,101.33 


14 


262.5 


658 


1,858.36 


63,428 


33 


160 


4.69 


2.9 


321.67 


1 


11.3 


136 


1,655.53 


58,385 


47 


104 


2.94 


2.8 


762.15 


2 


34.0 


181 


1,976.39 


90,760 


34 


222 


4.84 


2.2 


493.67 


3 


18.3 


324 


7,273.28 


298,553 


130 


191 


4.66 


2.4 


5,193.87 


19 


238.9 


634 


4,217.45 


164,942 


79 


174 


4.45 


2.6 


3,555,75 


9 


114.1 


312 



312 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





c 




Number 


.2 




of 


>>2* 


>. 


con- 


a^i 


s>fi 


sumers 


>S8 


ill 



Grand Valley 

Granton 

Hagersville. . 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings . . . . 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kemptville . . 

Kirkfield 

Lakefield 

Lambeth . . . . 

Lanark 

Lancaster . . . 

La Salle 

London Twp. 

Lucan 

Lucknow. . . . 

Lynden 

Madoc; 

Markdale. . . 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martin town . 

Maxville 

Merlin 

Mildmay . . . . 
Millbrook . . . 

Milton 

Milverton . . . 
Mitchell 

Moorefield. . . 
Morrisburg . . 
Mt. Brydges. 
Mt. Forest . . 
Neustadt. . . . 



G.B. 


692 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,429 


Nia. 


1,287 


Nia. 


1,086 


E.G. 


763 


E.G. 


907 


Nia. 


680 


Nia. 


312 


G.B. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


1,104 


Nia. 


550 


E.G. 


1,159 


G.B. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


1,267 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


660 


E.G. 


582 


Nia. 


1,010 


Nia. 




Nia. 


621 


G.B. 


964 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


1,130 


G.B. 


781 


Nia. 


1,126 


E.G. 


983 


E.G. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


811 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


779 


E.G. 


763 


Nia. 


1,922 


Nia. 


995 


Nia. 


1,678 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.G. 


1,518 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


1,936 


G.B. 


414 



3,685.67 
2,126.04 
7,546.79 
7,654.87 
10,852.37 

4,033.78 
4,459.67 
4,597.12 
1,683.02 
1,063.67 

6,384.70 
3,021.96 
7,596.64 
936.13 
6,752.92 

3,385.59 
2,776.91 
2,145.31 
8,548.33 
15,015.07 

4,702.25 
6,034.78 
2,823.71 
5,178.29 
3,858.25 

8,194.55 
4,480.06 
759.57 
3,296.02 
2,519.21 

3,916.33 
4,349.32 

13,906.11 
5,425.93 

13,041.52 

1,090.85 
9,539.55 
2,961.13 
9,233.46 
2,294.18 



kw-hr. 
103,310 
107,177 
428,769 
428,303 
782,606 

139,549 

190,826 

206,540 

62,950 

17,970 

269,770 
111,569 
388,755 
20,260 
294,356 

206,465 
95,085 
62,994 

493,155 
1,191,870 

262,346 
210,711 
145,077 
217,483 
150,340 

507,010 
149,310 

35,936 
114,420 

88,924 

210,768 
103,975 
833,846 
354,840 
926,631 

32,575 
554,254 
140,438 
443,710 

37,465 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


181 


48 


1.70 


78 


114 


2.27 


408 


88 


1.54 


388 


92 


1.64 


332 


196 


2.72 


228 


51 


1.47 


284 


56 


1.31 


217 


79 


1.77 


104 


50 


1.35 


52 


29 


1.70 


272 


83 


1.96 


159 


58 


1.58 


362 


89 


1.74 


34 


50 


2.29 


345 


71 


1.63 


136 


127 


2.07 


169 


47 


1.36 


108 


49 


1.66 


242 


170 


2.94 


478 


208 


2.62 


170 


129 


2.31 


272 


65 


1.85 


102 


119 


2.31 


308 


59 


1.40 


220 


57 


1.46 


337 


125 


2.03 


240 


52 


1.56 


51 


59 


1.24 


163 


58 


1.69 


126 


59 


1.67 


172 


102 


1.90 


170 


51 


2.13 


540 


129 


2.15 


257 


115 


1.76 


511 


151 


2.13 


57 


48 


1.59 


406 


114 


1.96 


156 


75 


1.58 


463 


80 


1.66 


104 


30 


1.84 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



**D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1942 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



pi 



^5 



1;\^ 



Power service 



Revenue 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



Average 
monthly 
horse- 
power 



Total 

number 

of 

con- 
sumers 



$ C. 

2,379.27 
1.144.49 
6,480.30 
5,028.11 
5,323.08 

2,259.52 

2,416.39 

2,422.56 

791.50 

678.63 

3,487.78 
2,189.22 
4,916.71 
985.68 
4,590.52 

1,226.02 
1,712.62 
1,177.92 
1,252.65 
1,994.22 

2,358.93 
5,288.19 
769.18 
3,984.63 
3,174.91 

3,086.99 
2,114.47 
875.46 
2,734.72 
2,186.24 

2,787.21 
2,021 .92 
7,167.47 
4,529.07 
6,285.38 

1,527.99 
6,428.34 
988.28 
8,654.14 
1,198.24 



kw-hr. 

60,355 

50,457 

373,703 

232,724 

233,466 

65,526 
67,196 
78,740 
26,675 
17,090 

168,560 
107,118 
232,380 
19,124 
191,793 

46,840 
54,261 
37,550 
44,173 
141,525 

85,879 
137,215 

27,697 
147,127 
116,690 

144,626 
92,933 
34,838 
63,037 
83,354 

98,759 

35,855 

381,851 

195,780 

356.728 

56,930 
237,819 

38,053 
397,255 

28,194 





kw-hr. 


$ C. 


cents 


54 


93 


3.67 


3.9 


29 


145 


3.29 


2.3 


112 


278 


4.82 


1.7 


104 


186 


4.03 


2.2 


90 


216 


4.93 


2.3 


53 


103 


3.55 


3.4 


53 


106 


3.79 


3.6 


60 


109 


3.36 


3.1 


35 


64 


1.88 


3.0 


20 


71 


2.83 


4.0 


94 


149 


3.09 


2.1 


41 


218 


4.45 


2.0 


81 


239 


5.05 


2.1 


19 


84 


4.32 


5.2 


70 


228 


5.46 


2.4 


21 


185 


4.87 


2.6 


41 


110 


3.48 


3.2 


29 


108 


3.38 


3.1 


12 


307 


8.70 


2.8 


20 


590 


8.31 


1.4 


49 


146 


4.01 


2.7 


87 


131 


5.07 


3.9 


17 


136 


3.77 


2.8 


84 


146 


3.95 


2.7 


68 


143 


3.89 


2.7 


71 


170 


3.62 


2.1 


41 


188 


4.29 


2.3 


24 


121 


3.04 


2.5 


48 


108 


4.75 


4.3 


50 


139 


3.64 


2.6 


54 


152 


4.30 


2.8 


60 


50 


2.80 


5.6 


102 


312 


5.86 


1.9 


74 


220 


5.10 


2.3 


128 


232 


4.09 


1.8 


25 


190 


5.09 


2.7 


98 


202 


5.47 


2.7 


35 


91 


2.35 


2.6 


141 


235 


5.11 


2.2 


25 


94 


3.99 


4:2 



$ c. 
2,287.17 



19,021.49 
6,184.94 
3,740.60 

190.97 
1,820.22 
3,015.10 
1,260.58 

273.93 

1,836.84 
3,594.25 
4,359.93 



4,866.42 
643.38 



177.50 
1,747.19 

1,322.86 
7,656.56 
822.61 
1,333.47 
2,515.69 

3,076.51 
259.54 



855.46 

1,065.87 

780.68 

26,726.78 

3,767.61 

6,553.64 

46.43 
2,879.53 
1,037.78 
6,421.68 
1,729.33 



92.9 



953.5 
265.2 
167.2 

15.2 
66.3 
149.0 
64.3 
17.5 

65.0 
138.5 
176.6 



231.4 
57.9 



9.3 
87.6 

66.6 

234.4 

45.0 

70.7 

137.6 

150.0 
23.6 



31.4 

28.9 

18.4 

1,108.9 

256.7 

325.3 

3.0 
170.8 

48.6 
279.6 

55.0 



241 
107 
534 
503 

429 

284 
339 
291 

145 
74 

369 
203 
448 
53 
423 

160 
210 
137 
256 
503 

225 
366 
121 
396 
297 

417 
283 
75 
211 
179 

228 
233 
659 
341 
661 

83 
518 
196 
620 
131 



314 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 



Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality- 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



c 
2 G S 



a> O S 



Newbury 

Newcastle. . . . . . 

New Hamburg. . 
Nipigon Twp. . . . 

North York Twp 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee , 

Orono 

Otter ville 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Parkhill 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. . . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. . 

Port Dover 

Port McNicoU . . 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley. . ... 

Price ville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill. . 

Ridge town 

Ripley 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Clair Beach. . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

Scarboro Twp. . . 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Sioux Lookout . . 

Smithville 

Southampton . . . 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp.. . 



Nia. 


245 


E.O. 


686 


Nia. 


1,438 


T.B. 




Nia. 




Nia. 


1,297 


E.O. 


710 


Nia. 


506 


E.O. 


641 


E.O. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


715 


Nia. 


1,419 


Nia. 


907 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


1,175 


Nia. 


1,728 


Nia. 


1,517 


Nia. 


1,784 


G.B. 


964 


G.B. 


1,230 


Nia. 


657 


Nia. 


859 


G.B. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


E.O. 


421 


Nia. 


1,345 


Nia. 


1,949 


G.B. 


402 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


721 


G.B. 


233 


E.O. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


145 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 


P.V. 


Nia. 




Nia. 


1,691 


G.B. 


1,050 


N.O.P. 


1,950 


Nia. 


P.V. 


G.B. 


1,561 


Nia. 


417 


Nia. 





$ c. 

1,208.61 

5,625.22 

10,782.05 

4,490.07 

233,812.65 

8,899.36 
4,954.26 
1,882.15 
3,374.38 

4,454.91 

2,534.24 
4,089.96 
10,813.41 
5,712.19 
2,830.33 

6,340.90 
18,515.56 
20,148.10 
10,562.14 

4,193.71 

8,355.87 

2,931.80 

16,404.17 

721.86 

2,663.38 

3,634.77 
2,485.83 
10,644.76 
9,060.20 
3,359.72 

4,329.90 
3,260.84 
2,879.35 
2,966.38 
2,887.99 

3,271.44 

4,055.24 

128,402.23 

11,389.85 

5,857.49 

16,628.16 
4,029.28 

10,871.80 
2,113.37 

72.256.48 



kw-hr. 

28,837 

226,931 

653,993 

240,032 

12,723,818 

634,480 
217,660 
103,638 
138,132 
143,389 

122,360 
113,586 
802,684 
248,990 
112,750 

272,535 

1,647,382 

1,665,109 

587,138 

142,775 

347,375 

108,310 

1,041,923 

10,821 

124,946 

294,482 
101,294 
872,469 
568,230 
81,700 

232,830 
152,870 
47,293 
103,716 
118,330 

157,190 
298,558 
8,103,908 
680,156 
227,160 

356,912 

135,893 

625,789 

78,050 

6,168,683 



62 

226 

367 

239 

6,415 

386 
234 
104 
177 
179 

140 
199 
397 
294 
117 

329 
606 
675 
738 
234 

376 
151 

772 
34 
90 

83 

84 

392 

593 

116 

174 
239 

70 
118 

97 

161 
137 
5,552 
505 
302 

482 
184 
550 
112 
2,430 



kw-hr. 

39 

83 

148 

84 

165 

137 
78 
83 
65 
66 

73 

48 

168 

71 

80 

69 

227 

206 

66 

51 

77 
60 

112 
27 

115 

296 

100 

185 

80 

59 

112 
54 
56 
73 

102 

81 
182 
122 
112 

63 

62 
62 
95 
58 
212 



$ c. 
1.62 
2.07 
2.45 
1.56 
3.04 

1.92 
1.76 
1.50 
1.59 
2.07 



1.61 
2.55 
2.49 
1.19 
1.49 

1.85 
1.62 
1.77 
1.77 
2.47 

3.65 

2.47 
2.26 
1.27 
2.41 

2.07 
1.14 
3.45 
2.09 
2.48 

1.69 
2.47 
1.93 
1.88 
1.62 

2.87 
1.82 
1.65 
1.57 
2.48 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



**D''— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










c 




i_ 








Total 
number 






Number 


.s 




o. 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


>>l 


>, 


u< 




of 


monthly- 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


M^i 


§2)2 


Si 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2 c 2 

S o c 

>e8 








sumers 


power 




$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ C. 








552.10 


11,696 


. 18 


54 


2.56 


4.7 


197.30 


1 


13.6 


81 


2,697.11 


'94,291 


35 


224 


6.42 


2.9 


2,937.48 


4 


95.6 


265 


4,724.25 


213,986 


94 


190 


4.19 


2.2 


7,891.11 


13 


396.7 


474 


3,968.62 


228,400 


54 


352 


6.12 


1.7 


840.63 


5 


58.0 


298 


52,654.69 


3,000,140 


308 


812 


14.25 


1.8 


101,164.96 


47 


3,312.9 


6,770 


4,846.55 


211,550 


89 


198 


4.54 


2.3 


1,906.30 


9 


123.4 


484 


2,228.66 


59,800 


55 


91 


3.38 


3.7 


539.40 


3 


29.1 


292 


1,338.51 


58,110 


32 


151 


3.48 


2.3 


5,759.04 


32 


172.5 


168 


993.14 


36,371 


31 


98 


2.66 


2.7 


2,863.23 


6 


143.1 


214 


2,144.03 


53,687 


37 


120 


4.83 


4.0 


53.22 


1 


3.0 


217 


1,912.43 


88,628 


45 


164 


3.54 


2.2 


540.75 


4 


33.5 


189 


2,539.53 


79,590 


50 


133 


4.23 


3.2 


917.96 


4 


35.8 


253 


5,090.18 


261,341 


102 


214 


4.16 


1.9 


6,865.97 


14 


407.2 


513 


3,260.84 


114,080 


57 


167 


4.77 


2.9 


1,489.43 


6 


54.0 


357 


1,441.03 


88,422 


24 


307 


5.00 


1.6 


2,350.98 


2 


81.9 


143 


2,560.86 


110,527 


44 


209 


4.85 


2.3 


45,082.95 


9 


1,696.0 


382 


7,744.84 


469,017 


88 


444 


7.33 


1.7 


5,471.34 


10 


224.7 


704 


4,196.14 


290.327 


63 


384 


5.55 


1.5 


7,578.88 


12 


401.5 


750 


5,436.71 


309,552 


85 


303 


5.32 


1.8 


5,286.20 


16 


263.8 


839 


727.40 


21,530 


20 


90 


3.03 


3.4 


54.50 


1 


1.6 


255 


3,267.53 


115.738 


75 


129 


3.63 


2.8 


2,784.39 


11 


118.5 


462 


2,229.69 


100,570 


40 


210 


4.65 


2.2 


107.76 


2 


6.7 


193 


4,865.98 


230,574 


95 


202 


4.27 


2.1 


4,042.08 


11 


213.0 


878 


226.42 


3,244 


8 


34 


2.36 


7.0 


107.14 


1 


2.5 


43 


920.41 


31,846 


22 


121 


3.49 


2.9 


2,202.81 


3 


85.1 


115 


1,808.86 


86,741 

47,718 

245.226 


15 
21 

74 


482 
189 
276 


10.05 
5.17 
4.83 


2.4 
2.7 
1.7 








98 


1,302.80 






• • V . 


105 


4,289.34 


■'"2,252 ".12 


""'is 


"isi'.o 


479 


7,445.42 


395,922 


136 


243 


4.56 


1.9 


6,831.06 


19 


387.1 


748 


1,792.58 


43,175 


46 


78 


3.25 


4.2 


1,597.22 


1 


63.0 


163 


883.90 


36 290 


26 


116 


2.83 


2.4 


28.43 


1 


2.0 


201 


2,343.80 


90.607 


71 


106 


2.75 


2.6 


2,041.18 


6 


99.1 


316 


828.91 


14,254 
33,873 
97,260 


14 

31 

6 


85 

91 

1,351 


4.93 

3.56 

32.98 


5.8 
3.9 

2.4 








84 


1,322.66 








149 


2,374.86 


i82!49 


i 


""i6!6 


104 


1,517.01 


73,399 


32 


191 


3.95 


2.1 


2,520.16 


1 


93.7 


194 


1,789.58 


79,065 


29 


227 


5.14 


2.3 


4,479.27 


7 


204.8 


173 


25,953.50 


1,297,678 


371 


291 


5.83 


2.0 


34,620.79 


38 


1,366.7 


5,961 


7,188.28 


419,105 


104 


336 


5.76 


1.7 


7,871.71 


19 


409.0 


628 


3,847.21 


163,590 


81 


168 


3.96 


2.4 


3,185.34 


13 


194.1 


396 


12,733.15 


261,855 


100 


218 


10.61 


4.9 


1,369.02 


2 


32.5 


584 


2,922.56 


95,955 


54 


148 


4.51 


3.0 


2,700.81 


5 


129.3 


243 


5,486.22 


239,865 


97 


206 


4.71 


2.3 


8,989.06 


12 


327.5 


659 


841.55 


24,367 


30 


68 


2.34 


3.4 


875.72 


3 


40.0 


145 


13,360.15 


960.183 


163 


491 


6.83 


1.4 


16,903.75 


20 


1,030.1 


2,613 



316 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 



Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Domestic service 



Revenue 







g 






Number 








of 


>•§• 


>. 


risumption 


con- 


Si2| 


Si2 




sumers 


2 c "^ 


2c 


. 




> S8 


lis 



StajTier 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sunderland 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thomdale 

Thornton 

Tilbury 

Toronto Twp 

Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp. No. 1 
Trafalgar Twp. No. 2 
Tweed 

Uxbridge. 

Victoria Harbour. . . . 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Woodbridge 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York Twp 

Zurich 



G.B. 
E.G. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.G. 

G.B. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
E.G. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
E.G. 

Nia. 
E.G. 
Nia. 
G.B. 
E.G. 

E.G. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 

Nia. 

Nia. 



1,150 
922 

1,219 
708 

P.V. 

909 
490 

1,092 
843 

P.V. 

792 
566 

P.V. 

P.V. 

1,965 



476 



1,242 

1,366 
991 
205 

P.V. 

841 

1,261 
1,054 

P.V. 

P.V. 
927 

790 

681 

758 

1,704 

P.V 

1,146 
118 

1,032 
427 
554 



P.V. 



}j; c. 

5,559.02 
5,668.14 
7,089.92 
5,484.61 
3,012.10 

8,370.76 
3,402.37 
8,620.17 
4,806.05 
3,570.45 

3,477.67 
3,315.61 
1,789.12 
1,640.27 
7,263.96 

80,728.43 
3,926.71 

14,803.07 
5,154.50 
6,409.18 

9,242.50 
3,654.57 
1,549.17 
2,214.14 
5,754.25 

6,925.71 
7,695.75 
3,313.41 
2,513.44 
6,576.52 

3,350.88 
3,747.17 
3,911.98 
7,727.07 
1,693.39 

6,679.17 
2,651.05 
8,385.92 
2,247.66 
2,625.66 

547,611.58 
3,690.41 



kw-hr. 

. 307,199 

398,607 

381,718 

302,620 

97,728 

313,480 
88,568 
582,269 
161,140 
270,860 

186,521 
97,775 
67,792 
29,390 

449,490 

5,909,124 
116,180 
854,502 
261,472 
259,713 

449,491 

133,920 

42,219 

63,546 

396,050 

438,445 
414,345 
143,210 
146,372 
308,087 

172,164 
102,735 
168,910 
298,350 
126,470 

463,726 
41,754 

554,359 
91,930 
87,361 

32,472,831 
135,272 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


313 


82 


1.48 


285 


117 


1.66 


403 


79 


1.47 


201 


125 


2.27 


136 


60 


1.85 


457 


57 


1.53 


157 


47 


1.81 


298 


163 


2.41 


231 


58 


1.73 


141 


160 


2.11 


237 


66 


1.22 


166 


49 


1.66 


75 


75 


1.99 


67 


37 


2.04 


498 


75 


1.22 


2,795 


176 


2.41 


142 


68 


2.30 


378 


188 


3.26 


154 


141 


2.79 


303 


71 


1.76 


399 


94 


1.93 


260 


43 


1.17 


59 


60 


2.19 


136 


39 


1.36 


268 


123 


1.79 


393 


93 


1.47 


309 


112 


2.08 


226 


53 


1.22 


135 


90 


1.55 


345 


74 


1.59 


222 


65 


1.26 


138 


62 


2.26 


236 


60 


1.38 


410 


61 


1.57 


96 


110 


1.47 


302 


128 


1.84 


64 


54 


3.45 


308 


150 


2.27 


119 


64 


1.57 


159 


46 


1.38 


21,316 


127 


2.14 


148 


76 


2. 08 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



•*D*'— Concluded 



in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Gomnxission 
and for Power Service during the year 1942 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 










c 












Total 
number 






Number 


•2 




5 




Number 


Average 
monthly 


of 






of 


>^^ 


>> 




of 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


a^i 


11 


8^ 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2 c "^ 






sumers 


power 










>e8 


|ii 


P 










$ C. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ C. 








3,553.21 


178,852 


94 


159 


3.15 


2.0 


2,649.37 


15 


184.0 


422 


3.314.77 


143,940 


71 


169 


3.89 


2.3 


1,483.42 


10 


75.7 


366 


4,341.10 


207,092 


90 


192 


4.02 


2.1 


1,143.31 


7 


66.3 


500 


2,008.54 


68,060 


50 


114 


3.35 


3.0 


4,973.24 


6 


189.2 


257 


1,455.62 


42,687 


35 


102 


3.47 


3.4 


294.93 


2 


11.8 


173 


3,737.79 


129,630 


78 


138 


3.99 


2.9 


1,157.48 


3 


39.1 


538 


1.436.59 


49 333 


34 


121 


3.52 


2.9 


1,379.20 


5 


48.5 


196 


4,123.66 


195,828 


96 


170 


3.58 


2.1 


9,210.53 


9 


405.8 


403 


2,803.23 


76,137 


55 


115 


4.25 


3.7 


1,092.45 


3 


84.2 


289 


1,466.11 


80,286 


41 


163 


2.98 


1.8 


1,622.51 


6 


87.8 


188 


3,161.23 


190,427 


80 


198 


3.29 


1.7 


1,991.13 


6 


89.0 


323 


2,659.52 


64,699 


46 


117 


4.82 


4.1 


1,202.90 


2 


34.2 


214 


741.86 


21,710 


22 


82 


2.81 


3.4 


1,169.15 


2 


40.9 


99 


441 . 94 


13,945 


11 


106 


3.35 


3.2 


286.10 


2 


12.2 


80 


7.376.00 


499,430 


125 


333 


4.92 


1.5 


28,125.50 


14 


1,328.0 


637 


16,389.56 


983,250 


184 


445 


7.42 


1.7 


12,520.95 


29 


625.5 


3,008 


1,398.07 


29,039 


39 


62 


2.99 


4.8 


1,658.78 


8 


56.1 


189 


469.74 


26,550 


2 


1,106 


19.57 


1.8 


477.55 


6 


37.3 


386 


757.36 


39,110 


17 


192 


3.71 


1.9 


211.78 


2 


5.5 


173 


4,597.58 


144,688 


85 


142 


4.51 


3.2 


4,068.68 


13 


155.3 


401 


4.468.45 


142,996 


94 


127 


3.96 


3.1 


2,617.88 


11 


118.8 


504 


922.55 


43,475 


28 


129 


2.75 


2.1 


112.19 


1 


3.0 


289 


882.67 


27,835 


20 


116 


3.68 


3.2 


50.11 


1 


3.0 


80 


1,342.98 


40,363 


40 


84 


3.01 


3.6 


103.47 


1 


2.9 


177 


1,576.08 


100,180 


31 


269 


4.24 


1.6 


1,356.69 


7 


68.2 


306 


3,557.96 


173,730 


71 


204 


4.18 


2.0 


6,793.08 


15 


414.4 


479 


3,732.08 


164,055 


72 


190 


4.32 


2.3 


4,765.20 


7 


165.5 


388 


598.78 


31,055 


21 


123 


2.38 


1.9 


187.33 


3 


9.3 


250 


1,663.05 


51,073 


46 


93 


3.01 


3.3 


1,131.94 


4 


56.8 


185 


2,826.11 


120,642 


65 


155 


3.62 


2.3 


759.63 


5 


31.4 


415 


2,776.53 


154,747 


52 


248 


4.45 


1.8 


4,590.38 


8 


196.9 


282 


2,811.07 


76,320 
113,706 


47 
71 


135 
133 


4.97 
3.61 


3.7 
2.7 








185 


3,075.29 


'*"" 3,135.76 


'""6 


'"i25!5 


313 


7,987.66 


299,940 


100 


250 


6.66 


2.7 


4,028.14 


15 


141.2 


525 


2,099.98 


95,140 


38 


209 


4.61 


2.2 


138.88 


1 


10.8 


135 


4,068.29 


198,717 


90 


184 


3.77 


2.0 


1,862.17 


3 


85.9 


395 


1,250.23 


26,089 


14 


155 


7.44 


4.8 


135.85 


1 


7.5 


79 


2,308.93 


105,130 


47 


186 


4.09 


2.2 


10,841.22 


8 


537.1 


363 


944.36 


29,660 


25 


99 


3.15 


3.2 


571.17 


2 


37.9 


146 


1,483.62 


42,965 


44 


81 


2.81 


3.5 


204.42 


2 


16.0 


205 


79,066.94 


4,571,601 


996 


382 


6.61 


1.7 


181,969.18 


169 


7,761.9 


22,481 


3,028.39 


112,671 


46 


204 


5.49 


2.7 








194 













318 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



STATEMENT **E" 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1942 

In Statement "E" are presented the rate schedules appHcable to con- 
sumers for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service 
in each of the co-operating municipalities receiving service at cost through 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission.* The cost per horsepower of the 
power supplied at wholesale by the Commission to the municipaUty, an 
important factor in determining rates to consumers, is also stated. 

Cost of Power to Municipalities 

The figures in the first column represent the total cost for the year of the 
power supplied by the Commission to the municipality, divided by the number 
of horsepower supplied. Details respecting these costs are given in the "Cost 
of Power" tables relating to the several systems, as presented in Section IX, 
and an explanation of the items making up the cost of power is given in the 
introduction to that Section. 

Rates to Consumers 

The Power Commission Act stipulates that "The rates chargeable by any 
municipal corporation generating or receiving and distributing electrical power 
or energy shall at all times be subject to the approval and control of the 
Commission,"! in accordance with the Act and in pursuance of its fundamental 
principle of providing service at cost, the Commission requires that accurate 
cost records be kept in each municipality, and exercises a continuous super- 
vision over the rates charged to consumers. 

At the commencement of its operations, the Commission introduced 
scientifically-designed rate schedules for each of the three main classes into 
which the electrical service is usually divided, namely: residential or domestic 
service, commercial light service, and power service, and the schedules in use 
during the past year are presented in the tables of this statement. 

♦Except townships served as parts of rural power districts, for which consult latter part 
of Section IV. 

tR.S.O. 1937, Ch. 62, Sec. 89. 



' 1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 319 

Domestic Service: Domestic rates apply to electrical service in residences, 
for all household purposes, including lighting, cooking and the operation of all 
domestic appliances. 

During the past few years most of the urban municipal utilities have 
further simplified the domestic rate structure by abolishing the service charge, 
I and making a suitable adjustment in the first consumption rate. Where the 
' service charge is retained at 33 and 66 cents gross per month the charge of 
33 cents per month per service is made when the permanently installed 
appliance load is under 2,000 watts, and the charge of 66 cents per month 
when 2,000 watts or more. 

Commercial Light Service: Electrical energy used in stores, offices, churches 
schools, public halls and institutions, hotels, public boarding-houses, and in 
all other premises for commercial purposes, including sign and display lighting, 
is billed at commercial lighting rates. 

Water-Heater Service: For all consumers using continuous electric water 
heaters, low flat rates are available consisting of a fixed charge per month 
dependent on the capacity of the heating element and the cost of power to the 
I municipal utility. Such heaters are so connected that the electrical energy 
they consume is not metered. For new installations the necessary equip- 
ment, including heater, thermostat, efficient insulation for water-storage tank, 
and wiring, is installed by a large number of municipal Hydro utilities, 
without capital cost to the consumer, f The installation of new water-heating 
services is suspended for the duration of the war. 

Power Service: The rate schedules given for power service in Statement 
"E" are those governing the supply of power at retail by each of the local 
municipal utilities. The Commission serves direct, certain large power con- 
sumers under special contracts, on behalf of the various systems of municipali- 
ties. 

The rates for power service, as given in the tables, are the rates for 24-hour 
unrestricted power at secondary distribution voltage. For service at primary 
distribution voltage the rates are usually five per cent lower than those stated. 
In municipalities where load conditions and other circumstances permit, lower 
rates are available for "restricted power", discounts additional to those listed 
in the table being applicable. 

The service charge relates to the connected load or to the maximum 
demand, as measured by a 10-minute average peak, where a demand meter 
is installed. The prompt payment discount of 10 per cent on the total 
monthly bill is given for settlement within 10 days. 

Under the tabulation of rates for power service there is a column headed 
"Basis of rate 130 hours' monthly use of demand." This column shows 
approximately the net annual amount payable for a demand of one horse- 
power, assuming a monthly use of 130 hours, which includes 30 hours' use each 
month at the third energy rate. Broadly, the figures in this column serve to 
indicate approximately the relative cost of power service in the different 
municipalities listed. 

tin addition, the municipal Hydro utilities supply booster water-heating equipment to 
I furnish extra requirements beyond the capacity of the continuous heater; current for the booster 
I heater is measured and charged for at the regular rates. 



320 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Conunission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month* 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bUl 




C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Acton 


$ C. 

26.72 
26.98 
34.74 
45.97 
42.64 


cents 


60 
60 
60 
50 
40 


cents 

2.5 

3.4 

2.8 

4.5 

5.3 


cents 

1.0 
1.1 
0.9 
1.2 
1.3 


$ c. 

0.83 
1.11 

0.83 

1.11 

1.39 


% 

10 


Agincourt 


10 


Ailsa Craig 


10 


Alexandria T 

Alliston T 


10 
10 


Alvinston 

Amherstburg t 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 


43.26 
29.68 
25.73 
39.00 
49.30 


.... 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4.7 
3.4 
3.8 
5.0 
5.0 


1.2 
0.9 
1.3 
1.3 
1.8 


1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.78 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Arkona 


10 


Amprior T 

Arthur 


25.35 
60.22 
42.05 
28.57 
31.43 


33-^*6 
33S6 


55 
40 
50 
60 
60 


3.8 
4.8 
4.5 
2.3 
3.4 


1.0 
1.5 
1.5 
0.8 
1.1 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Athens 


10 


Aylmer T 

Ayr 


10 
10 






Baden 


26.54 

31 .'ii 
45.39 
26.67 


33-66 
33-i"6 


60 
50 

60 . 
40 
60 


2.5 
3.7 

2.7 
6.0 
3.1 


1.0 
1.2 
1.0 
1.5 
1.1 


0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
2.78 
0.83 


10 


Bala T 

Barrie t 

Bath 


10 
10 
10 


Beach ville 


10 






Beamsville 


23.65 

38^85 
53.69 
30.48 





60 
50 
60 
40 
60 


3.3 
5.5 
2.8 
5.5 
3.6 


1.0 
1.5 
1.0 
1.8 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 


10 


Beardmore Townsite.. . 
Beaverton 


10 
10 


Beeton 


10 


Belle River 


10 






Belleville c 

Blenheim t 

Bloomfield 


24.96 
30.02 
42.54 
37.97 
30.38 


.... 


55 
60 
50 
60 
55 


1.9 
2.5 
3.4 
3.5 
3.5 


0.7 
0.9 
1.3 
1.1 
1.1 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 


Blyth 


10 


Bolton 


10 






Bothwell T 

Bowmanville T 

Bradford 


34.04 
29.44 
44.34 
24.23 
23.57 





60 
60 
40 
60 
60 


2.4 
3.5 
5.2 
2.3 
2.3 


0.8 
1.0 
1.3 
1.0 
0.9 


0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Brampton t 

Brantford c 


10 
10 


Brantford Twp 

Brechin 


27.37 
44.28 
28.79 
41.84 
29.96 


.... 


60 
45 
50 
60 
60 


2.7 
5.5 
4.3 
3.6 

4.2 


1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
0.9 
1.2 


1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 


Bridgeport 


10 


Brigden 


10 


Brighton 


10 







*Where domestic service charge has not been abolished the charge is 33 cents per month per 
service when the permanently installed appliance load is under 2,000 watts and 66 cents per 
month when 2,000 watts or more. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1.000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bUl 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


cents 
1.8 
3.0 
2.2 
3.5 
4.3 


cents 
0.5 
0.6 
0.6 
0.8 
1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 

0.83 
1.66 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 


$ C. 
21.00 

23.00 
24.00 
42.00 
30.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 
1.8 
2.1 
2.3 
4.6 
2.8 


cents 

1.1 

1.4 
1.5 
3.0 
1.8 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ c. 


% 

10 
10 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


4.3 
2.5 
3.0 
5.0 
5.0 


1.0 
0.6 
0.7 
1.0 
1.0 


1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.78 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


53.00 
24.00 
28.00 
40.00 
53.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


6.2 
2.3 
2.5 
4.3 
6.2 


4.1 
1.5 
1.6 
2.8 
4.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





io 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


3.5 
5.0 
4.5 
1.9 
2.5 


1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 
0.7 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
40.00 
42.00 
20.00 
32.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
4.3 
4.6 
1.6 
3.1 


1.0 
2.8 
3.0 
1.0 
2.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





10 

io 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.2 
3.7 
2.1 
6.0 
2.6 


0.7 
0.8 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 


0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
2.78 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 

10 ; 


20.00 
20.00 
18.00 
35.00 
21.00. 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
1.6 
1.9 
3.5 
1.8 


1.0 
1.0 
1.2 
2.3 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





10 
10 
25 

io 


10 
10 
10 
10 
ID 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


3.0 
5.5 
2.0 
5.5 
2.7 


0.6 
1.5 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 


0.83 
2.22 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


25.00 
40.00 
24.00 
35.00 
32.00 • 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
4.3 
2.3 
3.5 
3.1 


1.3 
2.8 
1.5 
2.3 
2.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





io 


10 , 
10 

10 ' 
10 
10 


4.5 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


1.6 
2.0 
3.0 
3.4 
3.0 


0.35 
0.6 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10- 

10 

10 

10 

10 


15.00 
24.00 
38.00 
45.00 
25.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.3 
2.3 
4.0 
4.9 
2.0 


0.8 
1.5 
2.6 
3.3 
1.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





25 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
*5.0 


2.0 

2.6. 

4.4 

1.8 

1.6 


0.5 
0.7 
1.0 
0.6 
0.35 


0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


27.00 
22.00 
30.00 
17.00 
17.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
1.9 
2.8 
1.7 
1.7 


1.5 
1.3 
1.8 
1.1 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





io 

25 
25 


10 
10 . 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.2 
4.8 
4.0 
3.0 
3.6 


0.5 
0.8 
0.7 
0.9 
0.8 


1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


21.00 
34.00 
32.00 
42.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.8 
3.4 
3.1 
4.6 
2.2 


1.1 
2.2 
2.0 
3.0 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



♦Min. 500 watts. 



11— H.E. 



322 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bUl 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


payment 
discount 


Brockville t 

Brussels 


$ C. 

26.72 
36.91 
27.89 
39.09 


cents 


60 
50 
60 
60 

60 


cents 

1.8 

3.8 

2.9 

5.0 

3.5 


cents 
0.8 

1.1 

0.9 
1.5 

1.1 


$ C. 

0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.39 

0.83 


10 


Burford 


10 


Biirgessville 


10 


Burlington Beach or 
Hamilton Beach 


10 


Caledonia 


26.36 

45^69 
37.96 


*33" 


60 
40 
45 
55 
50 


2.5 
5.0 
5.0 
3.6 

4.5 


0.8 
2.0 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
1.39 


10 


Callander 


10 


Campbellville 


10 


Cannington 


10 


Capreol T 


10 


Cardinal 


27.98 
27.18 

35:86 
25.41 


33-66 


55 
55 
40 
60 
60 


2.5 
2.8 
6.0 
3.8 
3.0 


1.1 
1.0 
2.0 
1.1 
0.9 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.39 
0.83 


10 


Carleton Place t 

Carlsruhe 


10 
10 


Cayuga 


10 


Chatham c 


10 


Chatsworth 


39.40 
35.04 
33.58 
20.42 
44.97 




45 
55 
55 
60 
55 


3.5 
2.9 
2.3 
2.8 
3.5 


1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
0.9 
1.2 


1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 


10 


Chedey t 

Chesterville 


10 
10 


Chippawa 


10 


Clifford 


10 






Clinton T 

Cobden 


30.68 
46.21 
29.08 
32.44 
37.90 


33-36 


60 
30 
55 
60 
55 


2.8 
3.5 
3.4 
4.0 
2.5 


1.1 
1.0 
1.1 
1.1 
1.0 


1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Cobourg T 

Colbome 


10 
10 


Coldwater 


10 






Collingwood T 

Comber 


32.16 
35.28 
40.02 

33^87 





55 
60 
40 
60 
60 


2.8 
3.6 
5.2 
6.0 
3.6 


1.0 
0.9 
1.2 
2.0 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
3.33 
1.39 


10 
10 


Cookstown 


10 


Cottage Cove Townsite 
Cottam 


10 
10 


Courtright 


46.94 
42.06 
36.04 
28.28 
29.30 





55 
45 
60 
60 
60 


^ 4.0 
3.8 
4.2 
3.5 
3.3 


1.2 
1.0 
1.0 
1.2 
1.0 


1.39 
1.39 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Creemore 


10 


Dash wood 


10 


Delaware 

Delhi 


10 
10 






Deseronto T 

Dorchester 


40.26 
31.39 
47.39 
33.36 
31.30 


.... 


50 
60 
55 
60 
60 


4.8 
3.0 
4.0 
2.6 
3.8 


1.2 
1.1 
1.3 
0.8 
1.1 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Drayton 


10 


Dresden T 

Drumbo 


10 
10 







1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



**E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1.000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 
per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
4.5 
5 


cents 
L6 
3.3 
2.0 

4.5 

3.2 


cents 
0.4 
1.0 
0.6 
1.0 

0.7 


$ C. 

0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
1.39 

0.83 


% 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


$ C. 

16.00 
40.00 
21.00 
35.00 

27.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


cents 
1.5 
4.3 
1.8 
3.5 

2.3 


cents 
0.9 
2.8 

1.1 

2.3 
1.5 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 


$ 


C. 


% 
25 

io 


10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5.0 






10 


5 


2.0 
5.0 
5.0 
2.8 
4.0 


0.5 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
0.8 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
40.00 
40.00 
28.00 
31.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
4.3 
4.3 
2.5 
2.9 


1.0 
2.8 
2.8 
1.6 
1.9 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 






10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5 


2.3 
2.2 
6.0 
3.5 
2.3 


1.0 
0.8 
1.0 
1.0 
0.6 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.39 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
18.00 
40.00 
32.00 
21.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
1.9 
4.3 
3.1 
1.8 


2.0 
1.2 
2.8 
2.0 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






25 

io 


10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5 






10 
10 
10 










5.0 
5.0 


3.0 
2.4 
2.3 
2.0 
3.5 


1.0 
0.8 
1.0 
0.6 
1.0 


1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


30.00 
22.00 
24.00 
24.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.8 
1.9 
2.3 
2.3 
4.3 


1.8 
1.3 
1.5 
1.5 
2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






io 

10 
10 


10 
10 


5.0 






10 


5.0 






10 


5.0 






10 


5.0 
5.0 
5 


2.4 
3.5 
2.7 
3.0 
2.5 


0.7 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
1.0 


1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


26.00 
35.00 
20.00 
32.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.2 
3.5 
1.6 
3.1 
2.5 


1.4 
2.3 
1.0 
2.0 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






io 


10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 






10 
10 


5.0 


2.3 

2.9 
4.5 
5.0 
2.8 


0.8 
0.9 
1.0 
2.0 
0.9 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
4.44 
1.39 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
27.00 
32.00 
40.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.3 
3.1 
4.3 
2.8 


1.2 
1.5 
2.0 
2.8 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






25 


10 


5.0 






10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 






10 
10 
10 


5.0 


4.0 
3.0 
3.9 
3.0 
2.6 


1.0 
0.9 
0.9 
1.0 
0.9 


1.39 
1.39 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


50.00 
26.00 
35.00 
30.00 
32.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


5.7 
2.2 
3.5 
2.8 
3.1 


3.8 
1.4 
2.3 
1.8 
2.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 








10 


5.0 
5 






10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 






10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


3.8 
2.2 
3.4 
2.0 
3.0 


1.0 
1.0 
0.7 
0.6 
0.8 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


30.00 
27.00 
32.00 
24.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.8 
2.3 
3.1 
2.3 
2.5 


1.8 
1.5 
2.0 
1.5 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






io 


10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 






10 









324 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
t>aHty on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bUl 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


payment 
discount 


Dublin 


$ c. 

43.19 

35.60 
22.46 
24.23 
36.25 


cents 


60 
55 
60 
60 
55 


cents 

3.5 

3.0 

2.5 

2.4 

2.5 


cents 

1.2 

1.0 

0.9 

0.8 

1.0 


$ C. 
1.11 
1.11 

0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


% 
10 


Dundalk 


10 


Dundas t 

Dunnville t 

Durham T 


10 
10 
10 


Dutton 


30.33 
24.51 
27.93 
38.57 
45.34 





60 
60 
60 
55 
45 


2.1 
2.5 
3.4 
3.4 
4.0 


0.8 
1.1 
1.0 
1.2 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 


10 


East York Twp 

Elmira t 

Elmvale 


10 
10 
10 


Elmwood 


10 






Elora 


28.92 
32.64 
40.38 
51.98 
28.75 





60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


3.1 
3.4 
3.8 
5.3 
2.5 


1.2 
1.2 
1.1 
1.5 
0.9 


1.11 
1.11 
1.39 
1.67 
0.83 


10 


Embro 


10 


Erieau 


10 


Erie Beach 


10 


Essex T 


10 


Etobicoke Twp 

Exeter 


24.33 
30.08 

27.48 
40.34 
42.57 


.... 


60 
60 
55 
45 
55 


2.7 
3.0 
3.3 
3.0 
3.0 


1.1 
0.9 
1.3 
1.2 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 


Fergus 


10 


Finch 


10 


Flesherton 


10 






Fonthill 


26.75 
34.77 
22.75 
20.04 


33-66 


60 
60 
60 
60 

60 


3.0 
3.5 
2.0 
2.1 

4.5 


1.1 
0.9 
1.3 
0.9 

1.2 


1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 

0.83 


10 


Forest t 

Forest Hill 


10 
10 


Fort William c 

Frankford 


10 
10 






Gait C 

Gamebridge 


23.56 
28^28 
41.02 


.... 


60 
45 
60 
60 
60 


2.8 
5.5 
3.0 
3.7 
4.0 


0.8 
1.2 
0.9 
1.2 
0.9 


0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 


10 
10 


Georgetown t 

Geraldton Townsite . . . 
Glencoe 


10 
10 
10 






Glen Williams 

Goderich t 

Grand Valley 


32 '94 
48.24 
36.15 
26.21 


33-66 


60 
55 
45 
60 
55 


2.7 
3.3 
5.0 
3.3 
2.2 


1.1 
1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
0.9 


0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Granton 


10 


Gravenhurst T 


10 


Grimsby T 

Guelph. c 

Hagersville 


26.23 
23.79 
27.70 
21.94 
31.46 





60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


3.5 
2.0 
2.5 
2.4 
2.8 


1.1 
0.8 
1.0 
0.8 
1.3 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Hamilton c 

Hanover t 


10 
10 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



**E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 


























charge 
per 100 


First 




Mini- 




Basis of 


Service 


First 


Second 




Mini- 






100 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 


Prompt 


rate 130 


charge 


50 hrs. 


50 hrs. 


All addi- 


mum 




Prompt 


watts 


per 


ditional 


gross 


pay- 


hours' 


per h.p. 


per 


per 


tional 


^l. 


Local 


pay- 


min. 


month 


per 


monthly 


ment 


monthly 


per 


month 


month 


per 


discount 


ment 


1,000 


per 


kw-hr. 


bUl 


discount 


use of 


month 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


per 




discount 


watts 


kw-hr. 








demand 




kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 




month 






cents 


cents 


cents 


$ C. 


% 


$ C. 


$ C. 


cents 


cents 


cents 


$ C. 


% 


% 


5.0 


3.5 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


36.00 


1.00 


3.7 


2.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




io 


10 


5.0 


1.9 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


17.00 


1.00 


1.7 


1.1 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.1 


0.8 


0.83 


10 


24.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


22.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.3 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.4 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


28.00 


1.00 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.2 


0.8 


1.39 


10 


33.00 


1.00 


3.2 


2.1 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.7 


1.11 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.6 


1.0 


1.39 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 


■2.'22' 




10 


5.0 


5.0 


1.0 


1.67 


10 


50.00 


1.00 


5.7 


3.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.2 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.6 


0.7 


1.11 


10 


22.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.3 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.8 


1.0 


1.39 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.6 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.0 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.75 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




io 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


17.00 


1.00 


1.7 


1.1 


*0.33 


j::;;; 


25 


10 




















0.133 






5.0 


3.5 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.3 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


4.8 


0.8 


1.67 


10 


34.00 


1.00 


3.4 


2.2 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


■ 3.5 


1.0 


1.66 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.43 






10 


5.0 


3.1 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


34.00 


1.00 


3.4 


2.2 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.75 


0.83 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.7 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


4.3 


1.0 


1.39 


10 


33.00 


1.00 


3.2 


2.1 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.6 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


27.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


3.2 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


28.00 


1.00 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


1.6 


0.3 


0.83 


10 


14.00 


1.00 


1.1 


0.7 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.75 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


t5.0 


1.6 


0.35 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.3 


0.8 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 



*0.33 cents per kw-hr. for the next 360 hours use plus 0.133 cents per kw-hr. for all additional. 
jMin. 500 watts. 



326 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


payment 
discount 


Harriston T 

Harrow .T 

Hastings 


$ C. 

34.71 
30.85 
38.83 
44.56 
36.46 


cents 


55 
60 
45 
50 
60 


cents 

3.0 

3.3 

4.2 

3.5 

3.5 


cents 

1.0 

1.0 
1.2 
1.2 

1.1 


$ C. 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 

0.83 
1.11 


% 
10 
10 
10 


Havelock 


10 


Hensall 


10 






Hepworth 


23^53 
34.66 

78 .is 


33-66 
33-66 


40 
60 
60 
50 
40 


6.0 
3.0 
3.2 
6.0 
5.5 


2.0 
0.9 
0.9 
1.5 
1.3 


1.67 
0.83 
1.11 
1.94 
1.67 


10 


Hespeler T 

Highgate 


10 
10 


Hislop Townsite 

Holstein 


10 
10 






Hudson Townsite 

Humberstone 


24:69 
30.85 
24.93 

26.73 


33 


60 
60 
60 
60 
/60 
\60 


6.0 
2.6 
2.0 

2.4 

3.0\ 

2.0/ 


2.0 
0.8 
0.9 
0.9 

1.0 


2.00 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 

0.83 


10 
10 


Huntsville t 

Ingersoll T 

Iroquois 


10 
10 

10 






Jarvis 


33.08 

33^23 
39.32 


33-66 
33-66 


60 
50 
55 
40 

50 


3.4 
6.0 
3.5 
4.5 

6.0 


1.0 
2.0 
1.2 
1.3 

1.5 


1.11 
1.94 
0.83 
1.11 

3.06 


10 


Keams Townsite 

Kemptville 


10 
10 


Kincardine t 

King Kirkland 
Townsite 


10 
10 






Kingston C 

Kingsville t 

Kirkfield 


25.90 
30.40 
52.71 
23.25 
27.83 


33-h6'6 


50 
60 
40 
60 
50 


2.2 
2.8 
5.5 
2.3 
3.6 


0.8 
0.9 
1.5 
1.0 
1.2 


0.83 
0.83 
2.22 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Kitchener c 

Lakefield 


10 
10 






Lambeth 


30.44 
40.12 
49.21 
29.91 
29.94 


.... 


60 
50 
60 
60 
60 


3.0 
4.2 
4.0 
3.8 
2.3 


1.0 
1.3 
1.2 
1.2 
0.8 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Lanark 


10 


Lancaster 


10 


La Salle T 


10 


Leamington t 


10 


Leaside T 

Lindsay T 

Listowel T 

London c 

London Twp 


30: 17 
29.81 
23.41 
26.55 


«3 


'60' 
55 
60 
60 


bl.S 
2.5 
2.7 
2.4 
2.9 


1.0 
0.9 
1.0 
0.9 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 






Long Branch 


24.40 
29.49 
45.20 
28.53 


33-66 


60 
60 
45 
60 
40 


2.5 
3.4 
4.3 
3.4 
5.0 


1.1 
1.1 
1.3 
1.1 
2.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
1.39 
1.66 


10 


Lucan 


10 


Lucknow 


10 


Lynden 


10 


MacTier 


10 



flService charge per 100 sq. ft. floor area. 
frFirst 3 kw-hrs. per 100 sq. ft. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



**E'^— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro -Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 








Power 


service 








Service 


























charge 


First 




Mini- 




Basis of 


Service 


First 


Second 




Mini- 






per 100 


100 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 


Prompt 


rate 130 


charge 


50 hrs. 


50 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 




Prompt 


watts 


per 


ditional 


gross 


pay- 


hours' 


per h.p. 


per 


per 


ditional 


per 


Local 


pay- 


mm. 


month 


per 


monthly 


ment 


monthly 


per 


month 


month 


per 


h.p. 


discount 


ment 


1,000 


per 


kw-hr. 


bUl 


discount 


use of 


month 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


per 




discount 


watts 


kw-hr. 








demand 




kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 




month 







cents 


cents 


cents 


$ c. 


% 


$ c. 


$ c. 


cents 


cents 


cents 


$ c. 


% 


f % 


5.0 


2.6 


0.7 


1.11 


. 10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.6 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


24.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


3.8 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


37.00 


1.00 


3.8 


2.5 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.2 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


32.00 


1.00 


3.1 


2.0 


0.33 







10 


5.9 


3.1 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


26.00 


1.00 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 







10 


5.0 


6.0 


1.0 


1.67 


10 


45.00 


1.00 


4.9 


3.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.2 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.7 


1.11 


10 


29.00 


1.00 


2.6 


1.7 


0.33 






10 


5 


6.0 
5.0 


1.5 
0.8 


3.06 
1.67 


10 
10 


















5.0 


50.00 


1.00 


5.7 


3.3 


0.33 




.10 


5.0 


6.0 


2.0 


n.oo 


10 


45.00 


1.00 


5.1 


3.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.9 
15.01 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


17.00 


1.00 


1.7 


1.1 


0.33 





25 


10 


t33 


3.0i 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 




•• 


10 


5.0 


2.6 


0.7 


1.11 


10 


26.00 


1.00 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


6.0 


2.0 


3.06 


10 


50.00 


1.00 


5.7 


3.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.8 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


27.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.5 


0.9 


1.11 


10 


28.00 


1.00 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


6.0 


1.5 


3.89 


10 























* 










* 


5.0 


1.6 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.9 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


5.5 


1.0 


2.22 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.8 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


24.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.6 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.7 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


45.00 


1.00 


4.9 


3.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


4.2 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


56.00 


1.00 


6.6 


4.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.3 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 




c3.0\ 










gl.lO\ 






fl/3) 










^2/3/ 


1/3 


0.83 


10 




0.90) 


2.0 


1.0 


1/61 






10 


5.6 


2.2 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


is. 00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.3 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.9 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 





10 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.6 


0.83 


10 


20.00 


1.00 


1.6 


1.0 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


3.0 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


24 00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


3.8 


1.0 


1.67 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.0 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


5.0 


1.0 


1.66 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 






10 



*Per 100 watts., Min. $2.00, Max. $5.00. fPer service per month. 

J5c per kw-hr. for 1st 60 kw-hrs. plus 3c per kw-hr. for 2nd 60 kw-hrs. 

cist 80 hrs. use. eFirst 7.5 kilowatts $1.10 per kw. All additional 90c per kw. 

d2nd 80 hrs. use. /l/3c. per kw-hr., ne.xt 300 hrs. All additional l/6c. per kw-hr. 



328 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


pajrment 
discoimt 


Madoc 


$ c. 
43.66 
34.97 
28.40 
35.72 
35.44 


cents 


50 
55 
60 
60 
50 


cents 

3.2 

3.1 

3.0 

4.0 

3.0 


cents 
1.2 

1.1 

1.0 
1.0 
1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 


% 

10 


Markdale 


10 


Markham 


10 


Marmora 


10 


Martintown 


10 


Matachewan Townsite. 
Maxville 


41 '71 
35.36 
33.18 
20.27 


.... 


50 
55 
60 
60 
60 


4.5 
4.5 
3.0 
3.8 

2.4 


1.0 
1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
0.9 


1.11 
1.11 

0.83 

1.11 

0.83 


10 
10 


Meaford T 

Merlin 


10 
10 


Merritton T 


10 


Midland T 

Mildmay 


30.56 
39.51 
35.67 
26.66 
30.69 


'33' 


60 
40 
60 
60 
60 


2.5 
3.6 
5.5 
3.3 

2.7 


1.0 
1.0 
1,5 
1.1 
1.0 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
0.90 


10 
10 


Millbrook 


10 


Milton T 

Milverton 


10 
10 


Mimico'. t 

Mitchell T 

Moorefield 


23.28 
27.76 
49.67 

30:66 


33-66 


60 
60 
50 
50 
60 


2.7 
2.9 
4.2 
6.0 
3.0 


1.1 

\k 

2.0 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
3.00 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Mooretown Townsite . . 
Morrisburg 


10 
10 






Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest t 

Napanee T 

Neustadt 


30.62 
40.86 
28.92 
40.74 


'33' 


60 
60 
50 
60 
60 


2.8 
3.0 
3.5 
6.0 
5.0 


0.9 

1.25 

1.2 

1.5 

2.0 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
1.66 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Newburgh 


10 


Newbury 


38.48 
32.05 
27.11 
25.25 
17.71 




55 
60 
60 
60 
60 


5.0 
4.8 
3.3 
2.4 
2.2 


1.2 
1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
0.8 


1.38 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Newcastle 


10 


New Hamburg 

New Toronto t 

Niagara Falls c 


10 
10 
10 


Niagara-on-the-T ,ake. . T 
Nipigon Twp 


21.01 
23.31 

24 .'96 


33' 


60 
60 
50 
60 
55 


2.6 
3.0 
6.0 
3.3 
3.8 


1.0 
1.0 
2.0 
1.3 
1.3 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Nipissing 


10 


North Bay c 

North York Twp 


10 
10 


Norwich 


28.26 
33.85 
34.99 
32.70 
40.85 




60 
50 
60 
60 
55 


2.8 
4.0 
2.6 
3.5 
3.0 


0.9 
1.2 
0.9 
1.3 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 


Norwood 


10 


Oil Springs 


10 


Omemee 


10 


Orangeville T 


10 


Orono 


36.45 
29.20 

15.86 
33.90 
31.57 


33-66 


60 
50 
(60 
\60 
60 
60 


5.5 

3.8 

2.0\ 

1.0/ 

2.8 

2.1 


1.5 
1.1 

0.5 
0.9 
0.8 


1.11 
0.83 

0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Oshawa c 

Ottawa c 

Otterville . . 


10 

10 
10 


Owen Sound c 


10 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



*'E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1.000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bUl 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 
hours' 
monthly 
use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

£?. 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


cents 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


cents 
3.0 
2.3 
2.6 
3.6 
3.0 


cents 
0.9 
1.0 
0.7 
1.0 
1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 

1.66 


I 

10 
10 
10 
10 


$ c. 
35.00 
28.00 
23.00 
40.00 
45.00 


$ C. 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 
3.5 
2.5 
2.1 
4.3 
4.9 


cents 
2.3 
1.6 
1.4 
2.8 
3.3 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


07 

vo 

io 


I 

10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


4.5 
4.5 
2.4 
3.2 
1.7 


1.0 
1.0 
0.8 
0.9 
0.5 


1.66 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


35.00 
45.00 
26.00 
30.00 
16.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.5 
4.9 
2.2 
2.8 
1.5 


2.3 
3.3 
1.4 
1.8 
0.9 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


'2;22' 


25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.0 
2.8 
5.5 
2.6 
2.5 


0.9 
0.8 
1.5 
0.6 
0.7 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
0.90 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


17.00 
34.00 
40.00 
23.00 
20.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.7 
3.4 
4.3 
2.1 
1.6 


1.1 
2.2 
2.8 
1.4 
1.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 

io 

10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5 


2.0 
2.4 
3.8 
6.0 
3.0 


0.6 
0.7 
1.0 
2.0 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
5.00 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


22.00 
21.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
1.8 
4.3 


1.3 
1.1 
2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 
10 


10 
10 
10 


5.0 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 




10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.2 
2.4 
2.8 
5.0 
5.0 


0.6 
0.9 
0.75 
1.0 
2.0 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
1.66 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


24.00 
28.00 
19.00 
35.00 
45.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
2.5 
2.0 
3.5 
4.9 


1.5 
1.6 
1.4 
2.3 
3.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





10 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


4.5 
4.3 
2.4 
1.8 
1.6 


1.0 
1.2 
0.7 
0.5 
0.35 


1.38 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


47.00 
30.00 
22.00 
18.00 
15.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


5.2 
2.8 
1.9 
1.9 
1.3 


3.5 
1.8 
1.3 
1.2 
0.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




io 

25 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.2 
2.4 
6.0 
3.1 
3.3 


0.5 
0.8 
1.0 
0.8 
0.7 


0.83 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
22.00 


1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
1.9 


1.0 
1.3 


0.33 
0.33 




10 
10 


10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 


25.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
2.2 


1.3 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 




10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.2 
3.6 
2.4 
3.5 
2.0 


0.6 
1.0 
0.6 
1.0 
0.8 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
38.00 
27.00 
30.00 
20.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
4.0 
2.3 
2.8 
1.6 


1.4 
2.6 
1.5 
1.8 
1.0 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 

io 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 

5.0 


5.5 
2.8 

2.1 
2.5 
1.8 


1.5 

0.8 

0.5 
0.6 
0.7 


1.11 
0.83 

0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 

10 
10 
10 


40.00 
21.00 

18.00 
26.00 
17.00 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.3 
1.8 

1.8 
2.2 
1.7 


2.8 
1.1 

1.2 
1.4 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 

0.15 
0.33 
0.33 




io 

15&10 
25 


10 
10 

10 


5.0 
5.0 




10 
10 



330 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 

serve electrical 

energy to mvuiici- 

pality on a horse- 

pow er basis 






Domestic service 






Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First 


rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Paisley 


$ c. 
45.07 
33.11 
23.87 
41.40 
32.54 


cents 


45 
60 
60 
60 
55 


cents 

5.0 

2.7 

2.3 

3.8 

3.2 


cents 
1.0 

1.1 

0.9 
1.0 
1.1 


$ C. 

1.39 

1.11 

0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


% 

10 


Palmerston T 

Paris T 

Parkhill T 

Penetanguishene T 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Perth T 

Peterborough c 

Petrolia t 

Picton T 

Plattsville 


26.81 
25.58 
31.50 
36.33 
35.06 


.... 


55 
55 
60 
60 
60 


2.8 
2.7 
2.7 
2.8 
3.8 


1.0 
1.2 
0.8 
1.0 
1.1 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 






Point Edward 


30.00 
19.96 

23.76 
25.20 


33-66 


60 
50 

45 
60 
60 


3.2 
2.0 

4.7 
3.0 
2.5 


1.0 
0.8 

1.5 
1.0 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 

1.66 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Port Arthur c 

Port Carling 

Port Colborne t 

Port Credit 


lO&lO 

10 
10 
10 






Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 


23.66 
30.61 
37.76 
29.94 
35.74 


33-66 


60 
60 
40 
60 
50 


2.6 
2.5 
2.5 

2.4 
4.0 


1.0 
0.9 
1.2 
0.9 
1.5 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 


Port Elgin . . 


10 


Port Hope T 

PortMcNicoll 


10 
10 


Port Perry 


43.64 
34.46 
30.45 

27:63 


33' 


50 
60 
60 
40 
60 


4.0 
3.2 
3.1 
5.0 
2.5 


1.2 
1.1 
1.0 
2.0 
1.1 


1.11 
1.39 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Port Rowan 


10 


Port Stanley 


10 


Powassan t 

Prescott T 


10 
10 


Preston T 

Priceville . . 


23.30 
43.81 
36.42 
22.64 


33-66 


60 
60 
60 
60 
50 


2.6 
6.0 
3.3 
3.0 
6.0 


0.8 
1.5 
1.2 
1.3 
1.5 


0.83 
1.67 
1.67 
1.11 
2.22 


10 
10 


Princeton 

Queenston 


10 
10 


R^more-Matheson 


10 


Red Lake Townsite. . . . 
Richmond 


43:61 
26.37 
29.59 
54.68 


33-66 


55 
35 
60 
60 
55 


4.8 
5.0 
2.0 
2.3 
6.0 


1.2 
1.5 
0.8 
0.8 
1.5 


1.00 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 


10 
10 


Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown T 

Ripley. 


10 
10 
10 


Riverside T 

Rockwood 


28.69 
30.12 
38.90 
90.11 
47.20 


t'33' 


60 
60 
60 

'55' 


3.7 
3.3 
2.6 
6.0 

4.8 


1.1 
1.1 
0.8 
2.0 
1.2 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
t2.22 
1.39 


10 
10 


Rodney 


10 


Piosseau . 


10 


Russell 


. 10 



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331 



**E"-^Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 



Service 








charge 
per 100 


First 




Mini- 


100 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 


watts 


per 


ditional 


gross 


min. 


month 


per 


monthly 


1,000 


per 


kw-hr. 


bill 


watts 


kw-hr. 







Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



Power service 



Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 



Service 


First 


Second 




Mini- 


charge 


50 hrs. 


50 hrs. 


All addi- 


mum 


per h.p. 


per 


per 


tional 


per 


per 


month 


month 


per 


h.p. 


month 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


per 




kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 




month 



Local 
discount 



Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



cents 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 

5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



cents 
4.4 
2.2 
1.8 
3.6 
2.8 



2.0 
2.3 
2.1 
2.0 
3.2 



2.4 
1.8 

4.5 
2.5 
2.0 



cents 
1.0 
0.9 
0.4 
0.9 
0.8 



0.6 
0.9 
0.5 
0.8 
1.0 



0.6 
0.3 

0.8 
0.6 
0.7 



i^ c. 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 



0.83 
0.83 

1.66 
0.83 
0.83 



% 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



^ c. 
42.00 
22.00 
16.00 
32.00 
22.00 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



17.00 
18.00 
23.00 
19.00 
32.00 



10 
10 & 
10 
10 
10 
10 



24.00 
17.00 

32.00 
22.00 
22.00 



^ c. 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



cents 
4.6 
1.9 
1.5 
3.1 
1.9 



1.7 
1.9 
2.1 
2.0 
3.1 



2.3 

1.7 

3.1 
1.9 
1.9 



cents 
3.0 
1.3 
0.9 
2.0 
1.3 



1.1 
1.2 
1.4 
1.4 
2.0 



1.5 
1.1 

2.0 
1.3 
1.3 



cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



0.33 
♦0.33 
0.133 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



$ c. 



2.00 



% 

io 

25 

io 



25 
25 
10 
25 



10 
25 



10 
10 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



2.0 
2.1 
2.5 
2.2 
3.5 



0.6 
0.8 
0.8 
0.6 
1.0 



0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



17.00 
22.00 
26.00 
18.00 
35.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.7 
1.9 
2.2 
1.9 
3.5 



1.1 
1.3 
1.4 
1.2 
2.3 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



3.2 
3.0 
2.4 
5.0 
2.2 



1.11 
1.39 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



28.00 
32.00 
28.00 
40.00 
19.00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



2.5 
3.1 
2.5 
4.3 
2.0 



1.6 
2.0 
1.6 
2.8 
1.4 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



2.1 
6.0 
3.0 
2.8 
6.0 



0.5 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.5 



0.83 
1.67 
1.67 
1.11 
2.78 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



17.00 
40.00 
26.00 
25.00 
40.00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1.7 
4.3 
2.2 
2.0 
4.3 



1.1 
2.8 
1.4 
1.3 
2.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



3.8 
5.0 
2.0 
1.8 
5.0 



1.2 
1.0 
0.5 
0.5 
1.0 



1.50 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



33.00 
45.00 
22.00 
18.00 
50.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



3.2 
4.9 
1.9 
1.9 
5.7 



2.1 
3.3 
1.3 
1.2 
3.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



25 
10 

25 



25 



25 



10 
25 



5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 



2.6 
2.5 
2.3 

6.0 
4.5 



0.7 
0.7 
0.5 
2.0 
1.0 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
t2.22 
1.39 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



25.00 
32.00 
25.00 
50.00 
50.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.0 
3.1 
2.0 
5.7 
5.7 



1.3 
2.0 
1.3 
3.8 
3.8 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



*0.33c. per kw-hr. for next 360 hours' use plus 0.133c. per kw-hr. for all additional, 
t According to consumers' demand. 



332 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bUl 


Prompt 


C— City 
T— Town 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 


Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


payment 
discount 


St. Catharines C 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 


$ c. 
20.15 
33.36 
32.98 
26.41 
29.03 


cents 


45-60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


cents 

2.3 

4.2 

3.2 

2.8 

3.1 


cents 

0.9 

1.3 

1.1 

1.0 

1.0 


$ C. 
0.83 

1.67 

1.11 

0.83 
0.83 


% 

10 
10 
10 


St. Jacobs 


10 


St. Marys T 


10 


St. Thomas c 

Samia c 

Scarborough Twp 

Seaforth T 

Shelbume 


24.28 
27.15 
25.12 
29.15 
39.95 




60 
60 
60 
60 
50 


2.4 
2.5 
2.8 
2.9 
3.8 


0.8 
0.8 
1.0 
1.1 
1.0 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 






Simcoe t 

Sioux Lx)okout t 

Smiths Falls T 


25.41 

25^03 
29.27 
36.39 




60 
60 
55 
60 
40 


2.2 
6.0 
3.0 
3.8 
3.6 


0.8 
2.0 
1.0 
1.3 
1.2 


0.83 
2.00 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 


Smithville 


10 


Southampton t 


10 


Springfield 


37.07 
17.76 
36.65 
26.04 




60 
60 
55 
60 
60 


3.6 
3.0 
3.0 
2.5 
3.5 


1.1 
1.0 
1.1 
1.0 
1.1 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Stamford Twp 

Stayner T 

Stirling 


10 
10 
10 


Stoney Creek 


10 






Stouffville 


30.10 
25.74 
26.26 
28.19 




60 
60 
60 
55 
55 


2.8 
2.8 
2.6 
3.5 
2.7 


1.0 
0.9 
0.8 
1.0 
1.2 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Stratford c 

Strathroy t 

Streetsville 


10 
10 
10 


Sudbury c 


10 


Sunderland 


47.40 
36.25 
25.84 
40.66 
28.70 




45 
50 
60 
40 
60 


4.7 
4.0 
2.5 
4.5 
3.0 


1.2 
1.3 
1.2 
1.8 
1.0 


1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Sutton 


10 


Swansea 


10 


Tara 


10 


Tavistock 


10 






Tecumseh T 

Teeswater 


31.33 
47.43 
32.23 
30.41 
44.37 




60 
50 
60 
60 
55 


4.0 
5.0 
2.7 
2.5 
5.0 


1.1 
1.3 
0.9 
0.8 
1.2 


1.11 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 


Thamesford 


10 


Thamesville 


10 


Thedford 


10 






Thomdale 


39.02 
50.45 
21.88 
28.72 
26.62 





60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4.2 
6.0 
2.2 
2.2 
2.3 


1.2 
1.5 

0.8 
0.8 
0.8 


1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Thornton 


10 


Thorold T 

Tilbury T 

Tillsonburg x 


10 
10 
10 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



**E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 


























charge 


First 




Mini- 




Basis of 


Service 


First 


Second 




Mini- 






per 100 


100 hrs. 


All ad- 


mum 


Prompt 


rate 130 


charge 


50 hrs. 


50 hrs. 


All addi- 


mum 




Prompt 


watts 


per 


ditional 


gross 


pay- 


hours' 


per h.p. 


per 


per 


tional 


per 


Local 


pay- 


min. 


month 


per 


monthly 


ment 


monthly 


per 


month 


month 


per 


h.p. 


discount 


ment 


1,000 


per 


kw-hr. 


bill 


discount 


use of 


month 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


per 




discount 


watts 


kw-hr. 








demand 




kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 




month 






cents 


cents 


cents 


$ C. 


% 


$ c. 


$ C. 


cents 


cents 


cents 


$ C. 


% 


% 


t5.0 


1.6 


1/3 


0.83 


10 


15.00 


1.00 


1.3 


0.8 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


4.3 


1.0 


1.67 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.7 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


26.00 


1.00 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 







10 


5.0 


2.4 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




io 


10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.8 


0.83 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


1.7 


0.3 


0.83 


10 


15.00 


1.00 


1.3 


0.8 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.9 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.2 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.2 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.9 


1.11 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 





10 


10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


6.0 


2.0 


*1.00 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


18.00 


1.00 


1.9 


1.2 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


3.3 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


30.00 


1.00 


2.8 


1.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.8 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.0 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


34.00 


1.00 


3.4 


2.2 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.3 


0.9 


0.83 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


3.2 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


27.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


24.00 


1.00 


2.3 


1.5 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 





10 


10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


2.5 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


25.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.0 


1.0 


0.83 


10 


28.00 


1.00 


2.5 


1.6 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


4.0 


1.0 


1.39 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


3.7 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


34.00 


1.00 


3.4 


2.2 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.0 


0.75 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


3.6 


0.8 


1.11 


10 


36.00 


1.00 


3.7 


2.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.3 


0.7 


0.83 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 





10 


10 


5.0 


3.2 


0.7 


1.11 


10 


26.00 


1.00 


2.2 


1.4 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


4.0 


1.0 


1.39 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


2.1 


0.6 


1.11 


10 


21.00 


1.00 


1.8 


1.1 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


1.9 


0.5 


0.83 


10 


23.00 


1.00 


2.1 


1.4 


0.33 




10 


10 


5.0 


4.6 


1.0 


1.11 


10 


48.00 


1.00 


5.4 


3.6 


0.33 







10 


5.0 


3.2 


0.9 


1.11 


10 


35.00 


1.00 


3.5 


2.3 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


5.5 


1.0 


1.67 


10 


40.00 


1.00 


4.3 


2.8 


0.33 






10 


5.0 


1.6 


0.35 


0.83 


10 


16.00 


1.00 


1.5 


0.9 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.7 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


17.00 


1.00 


1.7 


1.1 


0.33 




25 


10 


5.0 


1.8 


0.4 


0.83 


10 


19.00 


1.00 


2.0 


1.4 


0.33 




25 


10 



tMin. 500 watts. 

*$1.00 per 100 watts. Min. $2.00. Max. $5.00. 



334 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1942, in Urban Municipalities 



Municipality 



C- City 
T — 1 own 

(pop. 2,000 or more) 



Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 

serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 



Domestic service 



Service 
charge 

per 
month 



First rate 



Number 
of kw-hrs. 
per month 



Per 

kw-hr. 
p>er month 



All 


Minimum 


additional 


gross 


per 


monthly 


kw-hr. 


bill 



Prompt 
payment 
discount 



Toronto c 

Toronto Twp 

Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp. Area 1 . 
Trafalgar Twp. Area 2 . 



^ c. 

22.33 

26.52 
58.42 

26.89 
31.32 



cents 



60 
35 

60 
60 



cents 

bl.8 

2.9 
5.5 

3.1 
3.6 



cents 

1.0 

1.0 
1.5 

1.7 
1.2 



$ c. 

0.83 

1.11 

1.67 

*0.83 

t2.22 

1.11 



% 
10 

10 
10 

10 
10 



Trenton t 

Tweed 

Uxbridge t 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton T 



24.29 
44.73 
43.08 
36.69 
32.57 



50 
50 
50 
60 
50 



3.0 
4.0 
3.6 
2.8 
3.6 



1.0 
1.2 
1.2 
1.0 
1.1 



0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 



Wallaceburg 
Wardsviile. . 
Warkworth . 
Waterdown. , 
"Water ford . . . 



27.84 
40.76 
38.98 
25.34 
26.22 



60 
60 
50 
60 
60 



2.6 
5.5 
4.0 
2.5 

2.4 



0.8 
1.5 
1.2 
1.0 
0.9 



0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene. 

Welland 

Wellesley 



23.49 
33.73 
34.80 
19.70 
32.54 



60 
60 
55 
60 
50 



2.3 
3.3 

3.0 
2.0 
3.5 



0.9 
1.0 
1.0 
0.8 
1.1 



0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 



Wellington. 
West Lome. 
Weston. . . 
Westport. . . 
Wheatley. . . 



35.57 
33.56 
23.10 
51.40 
37.88 



60 
60 
60 
45 
60 



2.8 
2.8 
2.4 
5.0 
3.4 



1.25 

0.8 

0.9 

1.5 

1.0 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.94 
0.83 



Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg , 
Winchester. . 
Windermere . 



28.87 
46.51 
30.18 
30.88 
52.73 



J33 



60 
50 
60 
60 



2.8 
3.2 
2.0 
2.4 
5.0 



1.0 
1.0 
0.8 
1.2 
1.5 



0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
t2.22 



Windsor 

Wingham. . 
Woodbridge 
Woodstock . 
Woodville. . 



25.42 
41.39 
26.02 
23.87 
46.35 



60 
50 
60 
60 
50 



3.1 
3.2 
3.0 
2.4 
3.8 



0.8 
1.1 
1.1 
0.8 
1.0 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



Wyoming. 
York Twp. 
Zurich . . . . 



40.59 
23.93 
39.60 



60 
60 
60 



3.3 
2.5 
4.0 



0.9 
1.3 
1.0 



1.11 
0.83 
1.11 



10 
10 
10 



^Service Charge per 100 sq. ft. floor area. 

^>Per kw-hr. for 1st. 3 kw-hrs. per 100 sq. ft. 

*Under 10 kw. $0.83 minimum bill. fOver 10 kw. $2.22 minimum bill. 

t According to consumers' demand. 



1943 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



**E''— Concluded 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial Light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 
watts 
min. 
1.000 
watts 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours' 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hrs. 

per 

month 

per 

kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hrs. 

per 

month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All ad- 
ditiona 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 

K. 

per 
month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 

5.0 
10.0 

5.0 
5.0 


cents 
cf3 
\2/3 

2.2 
5.0 

2.8 
2.8 


cents 

1/3 

0.6 
1.0 

0.7 
0.7 


$ C. 
0.83 
1.11 

1.67 

0.83 
1.11 


or 
70 

. 10 

10 
10 

10 
10 


$ C. 

22.00 
35.00 

28.00 
28.00 


$ C. 
rf/D.C 

\A.C. 

1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


cents 
3.0 
2.0 

1.9 
3.5 

2.5 
2.5 


cents 
1.2 
1.0 

1.3 
2.3 

1.6 
1.6 


cents 
.0.6 

tl/6 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


o/ 
/o 

10 


% 

10 
10 

10 
10 

10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.6 
3.5 
3.0 
2.2 

2.4 


0.8 
1.0 
0.9 
0.8 
0.9 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
30.00 
28.00 
30.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
2.8 
2.5 
2.8 
2.5 


1.4 
1.8 
1.6 
1.8 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.0 
5.0 
3.0 
2.0 
1.9 


0.5 
1.0 
1.0 
0.5 
0.6 


0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
42.00 
32.00 
18.00 
17.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.0 
4.6 
3.1 
1.9 
1.7 


1.4 
3.0 
2.0 
1.2 
1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 

25 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


1.9 
2.9 
2.2 
1.6 
3.5 


0.4 
0.9 
1.0 
0.3 
1.0 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
30.00 
33.00 
16.00 
26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 
2.8 
3.2 
1.5 
2.2 


1.2 
1.8 
2.1 
0.9 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.5 
2.3 
1.6 
5.0 
3.0 


1.0 
0.5 
0.4 
1.0 
0.9 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.94 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


34.00 
24.00 
17.00 
45.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.4 
2.3 
1.7 
4.9 
2.8 


2.2 
1.5 
1.1 
3.3 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





io 

25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.3 
3.3 
2.0 
2.0 
5.0 


0.6 
0.8 
0.8 
0.8 
1.5 


0.83 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 
t2.22 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


24.00 
35.00 
32.00 
24.00 
45.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
3.5 
3.1 
2.3 

4.9 


1.5 
2.3 
2.0 
1.5 
3.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 

io 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


2.4 
2.6 
2.4 
1.8 
2.8 


0.6 
0.8 
0.6 
0.4 
0.8 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
28.00 
19.00 
16.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
2.5 
2.0 
1.5 
2.5 


1.0 
1.6 
1.4 
0.9 
1.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 





10 

25 
25 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


3.0 
2.0 
3.7 


0.8 
0.75 
0.9 1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 


32.00 
21.00 
40.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
1.8 
4.3 


2.0 
1.1 
2.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




io 

• • 


10 
10 
10 



cFirst 80 hours' use — 3c. per kw-hr. Next 80 hours' use 2/3c. per kw-hr. 

dD.C. service charge $1.50 per kw. per month for 1st 7^ kw. plus $1.05 per kw. for all 

additional demand. 

A.C. service charge $1.10 per kw. per month for 1st 7]/2 kw. plus $0.90 per kw. for all 

additional demand, 
el /3c. per kw-hr. for next 300 hours' use plus l/6c. per kw-hr. for all additional. 



336 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 



APPENDIX I 

ACTS 

CHAPTER 35 

An Act respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and 
The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper 
Company Limited. 

Assented to April 15th, 1942. 

Session Prorogued April 16th, 1942. 

HIS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as 
follows: 

Certain 1. Notwithstanding anything Contained in The Power Com- 

dS?edWai mission Act, or any other Act of this Legislature, — 

and valid. 

(a) the contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario and The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and 
Paper Company Limited and The Seine River Improve- 
ment Company Limited dated the 10th day of April, 
1942, set out in Schedule A hereto, relating to the supply 
of power to The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper 
Company Limited and other matters as therein provided; 

(b) the contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 

mission of Ontario and Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited 
dated the 10th day of April, 1942, set out in Schedule B 
hereto, relating to the supply of power to Steep Rock 
Iron Mines Limited and other matters as therein pro- 
vided; 

(c) the contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 

mission of Ontario and Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited 
dated the 10th day of April, 1942, set out in Schedule C 
hereto, relating to the construction of a power transmis- 
sion line, the furnishing of security by Steep Rock Iron 
Mines Limited to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario and other matters as therein provided; and 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 337 

(d) the contract between The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and 
Paper Company Limited, Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited 
and The Seine River Improvement Company Limited 
dated the 10th day of April, 1942, set out in Schedule D 
hereto, relating to certain obligations undertaken by 
Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and to certain matters 
mentioned in the contract referred to in clause c of this 
section and other matters as therein provided, 

when executed by the parties are hereby ratified and confirmed 
and declared to be legal, valid and b inding upon the parties thereto, 
their successors and assigns. 

2. — (1) In the event of default by Steep Rock Iron Mines Default of 
Limited in respect of its obligations under the agreement set outiron^Mta 
in Schedule C, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario ^*"'•'''^• 
is authorized, empowered and directed to re-open or cause to be 
re-opened the power plant referred to as the Moose Lake power 
plant, in the agreements set out in the schedules hereto or other- 
wise to restore the normal water flow in the Seine River. 

(2) Any losses or profits arising from the agreements set out^se^^nd 
in Schedules A, B and C, and losses arising out of indemnities or 
guarantees given by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario under the agreement set out in Schedule A, shall be 
charged or credited to the account for Northern Ontario Properties 
of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario under the 
agreement entered into by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario with His Majesty the King under section 47 of The 
Power Commission Act, dated June 30th, 1933, or any other agree- 
ment made thereunder. 

3. The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited Powers; 
or any corporation or person succeeding to the ownership of theacS^^ 
Seine River properties as defined in the contract referred to in 
clause a of section 1 either alone or together with The Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario shall be entitled as pro- 
vided in the said contract to operate and control the gates of the 
Seine Diversion as defined in the said contract; and no action shall 
be brought or be maintainable against The Ontario-Minnesota 
Pulp and Paper Company Limited, its successors or assigns or 
The Seine River Improvement Company Limited or any corpora- 
tion or person succeeding to its ownership of the said Seine River 
properties in respect of any claim arising or growing out of or 
based upon any escape of water from Moose Lake into any part 
of the area at the date of the coming into force of this Act covered 
by Steep Rock Lake during the time in which the operation of the 
Moose Lake plant as defined in the said contract shall be suspended 
under the terms of the said contract; it being hereby declared and 
provided that Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited, its successors and 
assigns shall be liable and that neither The Ontario- Minnesota 
Pulp and Paper Company Limited, its successors or assigns, nor 
The Seine River Improvement Company Limited nor any cor- 



338 



THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF 



No. 26 



poration or person succeeding to its ownership shall be liable in 
respect of any such claims aforesaid and that all actions, if any, 
upon any such claim shall be maintainable against Steep Rock 
Iron Mines Limited, its successors and assigns; and such powers of 
expropriation as were exercisable by The Seine River Improvement 
Company Limited at the time when this Act comes into force for 
the purpose of acquiring title to or rights of way or easements 
over tracts of land crossed by the existing transmission line of The 
Seine River Improvement Company Limited may be validly exer- 
cised by The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company 
Limited in the same manner and to the same extent as if Part 
XIII of The Companies Act applied to The Ontario-Minnesota 
Pulp and Paper Company Limited. 

SentTf"""^' 4. Notwithstanding anything contained in the agreements set 

agreements. Qut in Schedules A, B, C and D, the said agreements shall not 

become binding upon the parties thereto until the day upon which 

this Act shall come into force. 

SentTf"Ac"t. 5. This Act shall come into force on a day to be named by 

the Lieutenant-Governor by his Proclamation, provided that no 
such Proclamation shall be issued after the 31st day of July, 1942, 
or shall name a day after the 31st day of July, 1942. 



Short title 



6. This Act may be cited as The Steep Rock Iron Ore Develop- 
ment Act, 1942. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 339 



SCHEDULE A 

to An Act respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario, Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and The 

Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited. 

This Agreement made in triplicate the 10th day of April, A.D. 1942; 
Between: 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
hereinafter called the "Commission" 

OF THE first PART, 

The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, 
hereinafter called the "Company" 

of the second part 

— and — 

The Seine Ri\ er Impro\ ement Company, Limited, 
hereinafter called the "Seine River Company" 

OF the third part. 

Whereas the Commission acting under The Power Commission Act, R.S.O. 1937, Chapter 
62, and amendments thereto, is willing to enter into an agreement for the supply of electrical 
power on the terms and conditions herein contained ; 

And Whereas the Company is duly incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario 
and is operating a pulp and paper plant at the Town of Fort Frances in the District of Rainy 
River, in the Province of Ontario, with head office at the Town of Kenora, in the said Province, 
and whereas the Seine River Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, is operating 
a power plant and development at the head of Steep Rock Lake in the said District of Rainy 
River, hereinafter referred to as the "Moose Lake Plant", for the purposes of the Company, and 
is also operating power plants and developments at Calm Lake and Sturgeon Falls with terminal 
facilities at Fort Frances, all in the said District of Rainy River for the purposes of the Company, 
the said power plants and developments being hereinafter referred to as the "Seine River Pro- 
perties"; and whereas Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited, a Company incorporated under the laws 
of the Province of Ontario, proposes to develop and operate mining properties in the vicinity of 
the said Moose Lake Plant, and for such purpose proposes to de-water Steep Rock Lake and 
divert and interfere with the natural flow in the Seine River through Steep Rock Lake, the said 
diversion and interference and the completed works related thereto being hereinafter referred to 
as the "Seine Diversion"; 

And Whereas the Company proposes to acquire substantially the whole of the assets of 
the Seine River Company and following such acquisition to cause the Seine River Company to 
be dissolved or liquidated; 

And Whereas said Seine Diversion will render it impractical for the Seine River Company 
to operate its said Moose Lake plant, and it is proposed that the Commission should supply the 
Company with electric power to replace the power which would otherwise be developed by the 
Seine River Company at the said Moose Lake plant; which said power is hereinafter called "re- 
placement power"; 

And Whereas the Seine Divei sion will require the cessation of the operation of the Moose 
Lake plant, and thereby cut off the power which otherwise might be developed by the said plant; 
and whereas the reopening of the said Moose Lake plant will temporarily interfere with the 
waterflow at the said Calm Lake and Sturgeon Falls plants, and may thereby partially curtail 
the development of power by those plants; 

And Whereas the Seine Diversion and mining operations will not involve the removal of 
the said Moose Lake plant, but will prevent the discharge of water from the said plant, and 
render its use impractical for the generating of power, and it is proposed to maintain the said 
plant in such condition that its operation may be resumed if and when the said water discharge 
is again available, and to maintain the electrical equipment therein in operating condition so that 
the generating units may be utilized to perform the duties of synchronous condensers if so desired ; 

And Whereas the Commission by an agreement of even date has made arrangements with 
Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, for payment and security therefor in respect of the said re- 
placement power; 



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And Whereas the Company may desire to take and the Commission may desire to supply 
power additional to the replacement power upon the terms hereinafter set forth, which said 
additional power is hereinafter referred to as "supplementary power"; 

And Whereas to supply power hereunder it will be necessary to utilize a transmission line 
between the Commission's Port Arthur Transformer Station at or near the City of Port Arthur 
and the said Moose Lake plant, which said transmission line is to be constructed by the Commis- 
sion for Sleep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and paid for and owned by Steep Rock Iron Mines, 
Limited; and it may be desired to install and use synchronous condenser equipment at the said 
Moose Lake plant or to use generating equipment at the said Moose Lake plant as synchronous 
condensers, and also to use the facilities of the Seine River Company's other generating plants 
for such purpose; 

And Whereas the said Seine River properties generally consist of three Hydro- Electric 
plants, commonly known as the Moose Lake, Calm Lake and Sturgeon Falls plants, along the 
course of the Seine River located upon the parcels of land described in that certain lease (herein- 
after referred to as water power lease No. 28) granted by His Majesty the King and dated the 
29th day of April, 1927, which lease provides rights of renewal for successive terms of twenty-one 
years each, the last of such terms to expire on the 31st day of March, 1989; 

And Whereas the Commission in an agreement of even date herewith between the Com- 
mission and Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited (hereinafter referred to as "the Steep Rock Com- 
pany") has undertaken to supply electric power (hereinafter sometimes referred to as Steep Rock 
power) to the Steep Rock Company for the operations of the latter in dewatering Steep Rock 
Lake and in mining; 

And Whereas the parties have agreed that the foregoing recitals shall be conclusively 
deemed to be correct and shall not be open to question by any of them as evidenced by their 
execution of this agreement; 

Now Therefore This Indenture Witnesseth that in consideration of the premises and 
the mutual and respective covenants and agreements of the parties and other considerations 
herein contained the parties hereto covenant, promise and agree as follows: — 

1. The Commission Agrees: 

To reserve for and deliver to the Company without charge to the Company up to Ten 
Thousand Five Hundred Horsepower (10,500 H.P.) subject to variation as hereinafter provided 
in Clauses 3, 4 and 5 hereof of electrical power and energy as replacement power under the con- 
ditions and at the point of delivery herein specified, such delivery to commence on a date and 
hour to be designated in a written notice to be given to the Company by the Commission (which 
date and hour are hereinafter referred to as "the Commencement Date"); such notice shall be 
delivered to the Company at least five (5) days in advance of the Commencement Date therein 
designated, but shall in no event be given before the Commission is fully prepared to deliver the 
full requirements of replacement power hereunder, or later than the 1st day of July, 1945 (unless 
a later date be concurred in by the Company), and in default of the giving of such notice within 
said period of time or such period of time as extended, this entire agreement shall be of no further 
force or effect: 

2. The Company Agrees: 

That upon receipt by it of the notice given under the conditions set out in Clause 1 hereof, 
it will regulate the output of the said Moose Lake plant according to the Commission's directions, 
and will at the appropriate time close, and at all times thereafter cause to be kept closed, until 
March 31, 1989, or until termination of the rights of the lessee under said water power lease 
No. 28, or until the Moose Lake plant shall be restored to operation pursuant to the provisions 
of Clause 28 hereof (whichever shall be the earlier date) the gates in the Moose Lake plant, and 
in the dam maintained in connection therewith, so as to stop the flow of water through the said 
plant and dam into Steep Rock Lake, provided, however, that the Company shall not be required 
to take any such action unless contemporaneously therewith the Commission shall commence 
delivery of said replacement power at the point of delivery and until the control and operation 
of the gates of the Seine Diversion shall be turned over to the Company : 

3. Notwithstanding Clauses 1 and 2, the parties recognize that there will be a short period 
of transition from the undisturbed basis of operation of the Seine River properties to the basis 
which will be established after the Seine Diversion is in operation; it is recongized that during 
such period the output of the Seine River properties may be interfered with; the parties agree 
that during such period the Company shall be entitled to receive a maximum amount of replace- 
ment power which, together with the quantity from time to time available from the Seine River 
properties, will be equal to the total amount of power which would have been available had 
undisturbed conditions continued; the parties agree to co-operate in the various operations 
involved in this transition to give effect to the foregoing; the transition period shall commence 
as soon as any interference with the output of the Seine River properties occurs and shall ter- 
minate on a date to be fixed by the Commission by notice to the Company, which notice shall 
be given and which date shall be fixed as early as is reasonably practicable: 

4. The Commission agrees that if, in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 4 of a 
certain agreement of even date herewith between the Company and the Steep Rock Company, 



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and the Seine River Company, it shall be determined as therein provided that the Company is 
entitled to and the Company shall elect to receive additional replacement power and shall give 
to the Commission notice of such election, the Commission will furnish such additional replace- 
ment power without charge to the Company in such amount as shall be determined in accordance 
with the provisions of the said agreement, which amount of additional replacement power shall 
be added to the Ten Thousand Five Hundred Horsepower (10,500 H.P.) agreed to be furnished 
by the Commission under Clause 1 : 

5. The Commission agrees that upon the restoration of the Moose Lake plant to operation, 
pursuant to the notice referred to in Clause 26 hereof or otherwise and until the normal water- 
flow in the said Seine River through Steep Rock Lake is restored it will continue to furnish 
replacement power, without charge to the Company, in an amount which shall be equal to the 
Ten Thousand Five Hundred Horsepower (10,500 H.P.) specified in Clause 1, or Ten Thousand 
Five Hundred Horsepower (10,500 H.P.) increased in accordance with Clause 4, plus the amount 
by which the amount of power available from the Calm Lake and Sturgeon Falls plants is reduced 
on account of said restoration, and minus the amount of power which during the period of restora- 
tion shall be available at the Moose Lake plant: 

6. In addition to the said replacement power to be supplied pursuant to Clause 1, 3, 4 and 
5 inclusive, the Commission also agrees to deliver additional power hereinafter called "supple- 
mentary power" to the Company upon the request of the Company from time to time, but only 
when and in such amounts and for such periods as the Commission is willing to supply and the 
Company is willing to take it and subject to reduction and/or interruption in whole or in part 
by the Commission at any and at all times and for such duration of time as the Commission in 
its sole discretion may from time to time will and direct: 

7. The Commission agrees to deliver all power hereunder at the point of delivery herein 
defined as the 110,000 volt bus in the Company's Moose Lake plant: 

8. The Commission agrees to deliver the replacement power as commercially continuous, 
twenty-four (24) hour power every day in the year except as provided for in this agreement, 
and to deliver the Supplementary power pursuant to the provisions of clause 6: 

9. The Commission agrees that such changes in or additions to the electrical equipment of 
the Seine River properties as may be required to enable the Company to receive and control 
power hereunder without interfering with the power operations of the Seine River Company 
and / or the Company shall be provided and installed by the Commission before the commence- 
ment date at the sole expense of the Commission (provided that such equipment shall not thereby 
become the property of the Seine River Company, its successors or assigns) and to the extent 
that any such equipment is so provided and installed the same may be removed by the Com- 
mission in accordance with the provisions of Clause 20; 

The Commission agrees to use at all times first-class, suitable standard commercial apparatus 
and plant and to exercise all due skill and diligence so that the service rendered to the Company 
shall be in accordance with appropriate commercial standards: 

10. If in any month the Company takes power so that the average or integrated demand for 
any thirty (30) consecutive minutes is in excess of Ten Thousand Five Hundred Horsepower 
(10,500 H.P.) or the amount to which the said Ten Thousand Five Hundred Horsepower (10,500 
H.P.) has been varied under the provisions of clauses 3, 4 and 5 or any of them such excess shall 
be deemed to be supplementary power, except to the extent that such taking is due exclusively 
to inadvertence, accident, exigencies created by operation of systems in parallel, or other cause 
reasonably beyond the control of the Company. The taking of such excess shall not thereby 
constitute an obligation on the part of the Commission to reserve and / or deliver power increased 
to any extent over its obligations under clauses 1, 3, 4 and 5 but for such month the Company 
shall pay for supplementary power as if such excess had been taken for the whole month, but 
such payment shall not confer upon the Company any right to take such or any excess power 
free from the restrictions thereon specified in clause 6: 

11. All power delivered under this agreement shall be alternating three-phase having a 
frequency of approximately Sixty (60) cycles subject to ordinary variations of approximately 
five per cent (5%) and a nominal voltage of approximately One Hundred and Ten Thousand 
volts (110 kv.) which nominal voltage it is agreed is in magnitude only commercially suitable 
for the operation in parallel of the Seine River Company's system with that of the Commission: 

Because the Seine River Company's system includes generating plants which will be operated 
in parallel with the Commission's system supplying power hereunder, the Seine River Company 
agrees to so operate its own plants to the extent possible with its equipment installed, to assist 
the Commission to maintain at all times tlie said voltage specified hereinabove; and such other 
equipment or facilities necessary to enable the Commission to fulfill its obligations hereunder 
in respect of voltage shall be supplied by the Commission; 

If it should be desired by the Commission the Seine River Company shall during the term 
of this agreement operate and maintain the electric generating units in its said Moose Lake 
plant as synchronous condensers, charging the Commission the actual cost of converting the 
said electric generating units for such purpose; 

For the purpose of this agreement the word "power" shall mean electrical power and unless 
the context requires a different meaning shall also mean and include "energy"; 



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One horsepower shall be equivalent to Seven Hundred and Forty- six Watts (746 W,): 

12. The Company Agrees: 

(a) To make all payments to be made to the Commission under this agreement in lawful 
money of the Dominion of Canada, at Toronto, and to pay in monthly payments to the Com- 
mission on the Twentieth (20th) day of each month of the calendar for the accrual of the preceding 
month of the calendar when the Commission shall have rendered the bill therefor on or before 
the Tenth (10th) day, or if the bill be rendered after the Tenth (10th) day, then Ten (10) days 
after the date of rendering; provided that all payments in arrears after the said date for payment 
shall bear interest at the rate of five per cent (5%) per annum; 

12. (b) At all times to take and use or cause to be taken and used the power in such manner 
that the power factor (that is, the ratio of the kilowatts to the kilovolt amperes, determined 
simultaneously at the point of measurement) shall be as near as practicable to that necessary to 
enable the Commission to deliver the power hereunder at the voltage prescribed in clause 11 
hereof, within the limits of the installed equipment of the Company and the Seine River Company; 

To control and cause the Seine River Company to control power factor in such manner as 
is necessary to give effect to the foregoing provisions of this clause 12 (b); 

13. The Company Agrees: 

To pay to the Commission in monthly payments for all power delivered to or taken by the 
Company in any month in the following manner, namely: 

(a) From the greatest average or integrated amount of power delivered to or taken by 
the Company for any 30 consecutive minutes in any month as determined from the 
indications of the Commission's metering equipment hereinafter referred to shall be 
deducted the ten thousand five hundred (10,500) horsepower of replacement power 
provided for under clause 1 hereof or the amount of replacement power as varied from 
time to time in accordance with the provisions of clauses 3, 4 and 5 hereof, and the 
balance of such power shall be deemed to be supplementary power. All supplementary 
power so determined shall be paid for by the Company at the rate of nineteen dollars 
($19.00) per horsepower per year for the first one thousand (1,000) horsepower thereof, 
and the rate of twenty- four dollars and twenty cents ($24.20) per horsepower per year 
for all such power in excess of the said first one thousand (1,000) horsepower. 

(b) From the total number of kilowatt-hours delivered to or taken by the Company in 
any month as indicated on the Commission's metering equipment hereinafter referred 
to shall be deducted an amount of energy which is equivalent to the said greatest 
average or integrated demand referred to in clause 13 (a) calculated at a monthly load 
factor of 85%, and the balance shall be deemed to be excess energy hereunder, and 
shall be paid for by the Company at a rate of three and one-half (33^) mills per kilowatt 
hour. 

(c) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of clauses 13 (a) and 13 (b) the Company 
shall not be obliged in any event to pay to the Commission for replacement power: 

14. The Company and The Seine River Company Agree: 

(a) To take the power covered by this agreement in accordance with the terms hereof and 
to discontinue or decrease taking supplementary power when required by the Commission to do 
so, and to prepare for the receipt and use of the said power so as to be able to receive power at 
the time or times when the Commission is required to deliver the same pursuant to the provisions 
hereof. 

(b) At all times to take and use the electrical power in such manner that the current will 
be taken from the three phases equally as nearly as practicable, and in any event with the dif- 
ference between any two phases not greater than five per cent (5%), and if at any time the 
difference between any two phases be increasing so as likely to exceed, or should exceed the said 
five per cent (5%), to so adjust their load upon instructions from the Commission as to comply 
with this requirement. 

(c) To continue to provide the existing electrical apparatus, equipment and works from the 
point of delivery, and to maintain and operate the said electrical apparatus, equipment and 
works in a manner satisfactory to the Commission; provided that the Company shall not be 
obligated to obtain or furnish any additional electrical apparatus, equipment or works save 
replacements. 

(d) To use at all times suitable standard commercial machinery, plant and works in addition 
to the said electrical works and to operate and maintain the said machinery, plant and works 
so as to cause minimum disturbance to or fluctuation in the Commission's power supply, or 
facilities used by the Commission to supply power hereunder, and to exercise all due skill and 
diligence so as to secure the satisfactory operation of the machinery, plant and works of the 
Company along with the said power supply and facilities. 

15. (a) Measurement of all power and energy under this agreement shall be made by means 
of suitable polyphase recording meters; the measuiing equipment, including meters, current 
and potential transformers and other equipment shall be so arranged as to measure and record 
the said power and energy with commercial accuracy and shall if necessary be provided, installed 
and maintained commercially correct by the Commission; 



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(b) The greatest average or integrated amount of power delivered to or taken by the Com- 
pany for any thirty (30) consecutive minutes in any month determined from coincident readings 
of the said meters, shall be the horsepower demand and a basis for determining the quantity of 
power delivered to or taken by the Company in the said month; 

(c) The point of measuring the power covered by this agreement shall be as near as prac- 
ticable to the point of delivery; 

(d) Whenever the said measuring equipment is connected at other than the point of delivery 
the readings shall be subject to correction and shall be corrected to give results such as would 
be obtained by instruments connected at the point of delivery. Such corrections shall be based 
upon tests or calculations by the Commission ; 

(e) The records from the said meters shall be taken and recorded by the Company on forms 
supplied or approved by the Commission and when and as directed by the Commission. These 
records shall be dated and forwarded promptly by the Company to the Commission and such 
records on file with the Commission shall be available to the Company at all reasonable times 
for inspection and information; 

(f) The Company or the Seine River Company shall provide free of charge a safe and suitable 
location to be approved by the Commission on the premises of the Company or the Seine River 
Company for the installation of the Commission's measuring equipment; and protective equip- 
ment, switching equipment, relays and other terminal equipment provided by Steep Rock Iron 
Mines, Limited, for the purpose of enabling it to take power from the Commission and /or for 
the purpose of enabling the Commission to supply power hereunder: 

(g) The Commission may test, calibrate, adjust, remove or change said measuring and other 
equipment or any part thereof at any reasonable time, but when possible the Company shall be 
advised at least three (3) days in advance of the Commission's intention so to do; 

(h) The Company shall have the right to test any such measuring equipment in the presence 
of a representative of the Commission by giving to the Commission seven (7) days' previous 
notice in writing of the Company's desire to test such measuring equipment; 

(i) The Commission shall repair or replace and retest defective meters or other measuring 
equipment within a reasonable time; and if at any time there is no meter in service it shall be 
assumed that the power consumed is the same as for other days in the same month during which 
a similar load existed; 

(j) Access to any measuring equipment and to any apparatus, equipment and works belong- 
ing to the Commission, or Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and on the property of the Company 
shall be free to the representatives of the Commission at any and all times for the purpose of 
inspection, operation, test, adjustment, repair, alteration, reconstruction and / or removal, and 
the said representatives may do any of these things; 

(k) The kilowatts, kilo volt amperes, kilowatt-hours and all other factors and quantities 
shall be determined directly or indirectly from measuring equipment provided for in this clause 
15, and electrical standards as determined by The National Research Council shall be used as 
final reference in determining the accuracy of measuring equipment, except that in the event 
of The National Research Council having no facilities available for calibration of any part or 
parts thereof, then the Commission's standards shall be used as final reference in determining 
the accuracy of all such part or parts. 

16. (a) The maintenance by the Commission of approximately the agreed voltage at ap- 
proximately the agreed frequency, at the point of delivery shall constitute the supply of power 
involved herein, and a fulfilment of all the operating obligations of the Commission under this 
agreement. It is understood and agreed that in operation of plants in parallel the control of 
power factor, voltage and delivery of power is to a large extent within the control of the operators 
in those plants, and the Company and the Seine River Company agree that to the extent that 
they are able with their equipment installed, and their load, they will so operate their plants 
and their load as to assist the Commission in fulfilling its obligations hereunder; 

(b) In case the Commission shall, at any time or times, be prevented from delivering said 
replacement power, or any part thereof, by strikes, lockouts, riots, fire, insurrection, hurricane, 
civil commotion, flood, invasion, explosion, act of God, the King's enemies, order or regulation 
of the Dominion of Canada, or any other similar cause or causes reasonably beyond its control, 
then to the extent of such prevention, the Commission shall not be bound to deliver power during 
such time. The Commission shall be prompt and diligent in removing the cause of such inter- 
ruption, and as soon as the cause of such interruption is removed, the Commission shall, without 
any delay, deliver said replacement power as aforesaid ; 

(c) The Commission shall have the right at all reasonable times and when possible after 
reasonable notice has been given to the Company to discontinue, to the extent deemed necessary 
by the Commission, the supply of replacement power hereunder for the purpose of safeguarding 
life or property or for the purpose of operation, maintenance, replacement or extension of the 
apparatus, equipment or works used for the delivery of power hereunder, but all such interrup- 
tions shall be of a minimum duration and when possible arranged for at a time least objectionable 
to the Company; and the Company shall not thereby be released from any obligation under this 
agreement; 

(d) If the Company or the Seine River Company at any time fail in the performance of 
any of their obligations affecting electrical operation under this agreement, including without 



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limiting the generality of the foregoing, taking power in excess of the maximum hereunder or 
taking supplementary power when requested by the Commission not to take such power, the 
Commission may give notice thereof to the Company or to the Seine River Company, which 
notice may be given by telephone to an employee of the Company or the Seine River Company 
by a representative of the Commission and the Company or the Seine River Company shall 
immediately remedy the said failure; in case of continued failure, then the Commission may 
discontinue delivery to the Company of all power or of any part thereof, and shall not be obliged 
to resume delivery to the Company until the Company shall have given to the Commission 
sufficient assurance that such failure will not recur; in such case the Company shall not be entitled 
to any allowance for power not delivered nor be relieved of any obligation under this agreement; 

17. The Company and the Seine River Company hereby grant to the Commission the right 
and wayleave or easement to use at all times free of cost or rent so much of their respective lands 
as may be necessary or expedient to the Commission for the supply of power to the Company, 
the location thereof to be satisfactory to the Company; the said rights, way leaves and easements 
to be for the term of this agreement and thereafter until ninety (90) days' written notice from 
the Company to remove the Commission's works shall have been given and shall have expired; 
if the Company requires relocation of the Commission's works, the Company shall furnish on 
its lands an equivalent location; The Commission shall do the work of relocation and the Com- 
pany shall pay the cost up to the extent such works supply power to the Company: 

18. One or more representatives or engineers of the Commission appointed for this purpose, 
may at any reasonable time during the continuance of this agreement, have access to the Seine 
River Company's premises to inspect the works therein for the purposes hereof and to take records 
therefrom as required hereunder, and may do any of these things. 

19. The Company and the Seine River Company shall assume all risk of and liability for 
and be responsible for any and all injury, damage and loss to property of the Commission on the 
premises of the Company or the Seine River Company respectively, or to any other property 
on the said premises or to any person or persons (including loss of life) on the said premises, 
other than employees of the Commission, which shall have been due to power under this agree- 
ment, or due to the said Commission property, save to the extent that same shall have been 
due to the negligence or default of the Commission; The Company and the Seine River Company 
shall indemnify the Commission and save it harmless from all such injury, damage or loss and 
all actions, suits, claims, costs, charges and expenses in connection therewith: 

20. The Commission shall be entitled at any time prior to the expiration of ninety {90) 
days' notice in writing from the Company delivered after the termination of this agreement and 
the last extension thereof to remove from the premises of the Company and the Seine River 
Company, any and all apparatus, equipment and works which may have been installed by the 
Commission under or in connection with this agreement: 

21. If after termination of this agreement power be taken by the Company from the Com- 
mission without a new agreement, such power shall be delivered, taken and paid for in accordance 
with the provisions set out in this agreement, provided that replacement power should be paid 
for at a rate to be agreed upon on the following conditions; such delivery shall not be deemed 
to renew or extend this agreement or to give the Company any claim or right to power or to 
place any obligation or liability on the Commission and the Commission may discontinue delivery 
of such power at any time without notice, and the Commission shall be under no obligation or 
liability to the Company and the Company shall not be obliged to take power after the termina- 
tion of this agreement: 

22. Any waiver by any party or failure by it to exercise its rights or enforce any of its remedies 
hereunder shall be limited to the particular instance and shall not operate or be deemed to waive 
any other right or remedy or extend to any other matter under this agreement, or in any other 
way affect the validity of this agreement or estop such party from pursuing any other remedy 
it may have and all rights and remedies of either party may be exercised and continued concur- 
rently or separately: 

23. In case any disagreement, dispute, difference or question shall at any time hereafter 
arise between the Commission and the Company in respect to the construction of this agreement 
or concerning anything herein contained or hereby provided for or arising herefrom of or as to 
the rights, liabilities or duties of the Commission and the Company and the Seine River Com- 
pany or any of them, the same shall forthwith be referred to arbitration under The Arbitration 
Act of the Province of Ontario and shall be determined in accordance with and subject to the 
provisions of The Arbitration Act of the Province of Ontario, or any statutory modification or 
re-enactment thereof for the time being in force, and shall be determined in accordance with 
the laws of the Province of Ontario and when possible in a summary manner. The findings of 
the arbitrator or arbitrators shall be finaland binding upon the Commission and the Company 
and the Seine River Company respectively, except that any of them may appeal from, move to 
set aside, vary or refer back any award as provided in the said Arbitration Act, and that the 
right of appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada and to the Privy Council shall not be limited ; 
No such disagreement, dispute, difference or question shall entitle the Commission (pending the 
determination of the dispute by arbitration as aforesaid) to withhold delivery of replacement 
power: 

24. The Commission hereby consents to the conveyance and transfer of the assets of the 
Seine River Company to the Company subject to the assumption by the Company of the obliga- 



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tions of the Seine River Company to the Commission under the provisions of this agreement; 
and upon the Company furnishing the Commission with evidence that the Company has acquired 
the assets of the Seine River Company on the terms aforesaid the direct obligation of the Com- 
pany shall thereupon be substituted for the obligations of the Seine River Company hereunder 
without further formality; and the Seine River Company shall upon the furnishing of such evi- 
dence be and be deemed to have been released from all further obligations or liability under this 
agreement, and the Company shall thereupon succeed to all the rights and obligations of the 
Seine River Company under this agreement and where the context permits reference to the 
Seine River Company herein shall be construed as if the Company alone were named, and the 
provisions of this agreement shall be deemed to have been amended accordingly; The Commis- 
sion hereby consents, upon such conveyance and transfer being made, to the surrender of the 
charter or other dissolution of the Seine River Company, and further agrees with the Company 
to furnish such additional consent or release of the Seine River Company as the Company may 
require for the purposes aforesaid. 

25. As further consideration for the entering into of this agreement by the Company and 
in order to assure to the Company full reimbursement of all loss, costs, damages and expenses 
which the Company may incur or suffer by reason of the Seine diversion arising out of taxes, 
assessments, levies or charges as hereinafter referred to, the Commission agrees from time to 
time to pay to the Company on demand without right of reimbursement such sum or sums as 
may be equal to any and all present or future taxes (including sales taxes), assessments, levies 
or charges, governmental, municipal or otherwise, which may be imposed on or become payable 
by the Company, or which may be imposed on or become payable by the Commission and / or 
others, and become payable by the Company or which would otherwise increase the burden of 
the Company in respect of its requirements for replacement power hereunder; and which would 
not have been imposed on or become payable by the Company or otherwise have increased the 
burden of the Company in respect of the receipt by it of replacement power, if it had been gener- 
ating such power for its own use by means of a plant wholly owned and operated by it; 

The foregoing shall not apply or relate to the supply of supplementary power arid / or excess 
energy: 

26. The delivery of replacement power hereunder when commenced shall be continuous 
until March 31, 1989, or until the rights of the Lessee as from time to time renewed under said 
water power lease No. 28 shall have expired or until the Moose Lake plant shall be restored to 
operation pursuant to the provisions of clause 28 hereof or so long as the Company or any suc- 
cessor or transferee thereof shall require such power for its use or that of others, whichever shall 
be the earliest date; provided that the Commission shall be relieved of its obligation to furnish 
power hereunder if and when the Commission shall give notice to the Company, or to any suc- 
cessor or transferee thereof who may at the time be the owner of the said Seine River properties 
directing and requesting that the Moose Lake plant be restored to operation and the Commission 
shall have fully complied with its obligations under the provisions of clause 5. 

27. In the event that the Commission shall give the notice referred to in clause 26 hereof, 
it shall be obligated, at its own cost and expense, to hold harmless, defend and protect the cor- 
poration or person to whom such notice is given against any and all claims and / or suits of every 
character by whomsoever asserted on account of the flowing of water pursuant to said notice 
through the Moose Lake plant into Steep Rock Lake and upon properties affected thereby, or 
on account of the reduction in or discontinuance of the flow of water through the Seine diversion, 
occasioned thereby, and against all loss, costs, damages and expenses arising from such claims 
and suits; and shall forthwith remove or cause to be removed, without cost or expense to the 
Company or to its successors or assigns, any obstruction or works which may have been placed 
in Steep Rock Lake or at its outlet in connection with the dewatering of said lake or with mining 
operations therein which affect the restoration of the normal flow of Seine River waters through 
said lake. 

28. The Company agrees that upon receipt of the notice referred to in clause 26 hereof it 
will forthwith cause the Moose Lake plant to be restored to operation, or in the event it shall be 
restrained from so doing by Court or Governmental order it will, upon such restriction being 
removed, forthwith cause the Moose Lake plant to be restored to operation. 

29. Wherever in this agreement it is provided that notice may be given by either party to 
the other, such notice shall be in writing, shall be signed by the party giving such notice, and 
if such party is a corporation, by an officer thereof, and shall be deemed given to the party to 
whom such notice is directed when delivered at the address of such party given below, and a 
copy thereof shall have been forwarded by registered mail addressed to the party to whom such 
notice is directed; Until otherwise directed by the respective parties, notices to the Company 
or to the Seine River Company shall be addressed as follows: 

The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, 
1100 Builders Exchange Building, 
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 
and notices to the Commission shall be addressed as follows: 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
620 University Avenue, 
Toronto, Ontario. 



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provided that the provisions of the within clause shall not apply to the notice referred to in 
clauses 15 (h) and 16 (d) hereof. 

30. The Commission agrees that, so long as the operation of the Moose Lake plant shall 
be suspended under the terms of the within agreement, the Company, or any corporation or 
person succeeding to its ownership of the Seine River properties, shall have the continued i ight 
to operate and control the gates of the Seine Diversion, and thereafter until the normal balanced 
flow of the Seine River through Steep Rock Lake is restored shall together with the Commission 
have joint control of such gates; such operation and control to be at the sole expense of the Com- 
pany, or of its successor or transferee, but with the obligation on the Commission to maintain 
or cause to be maintained the said gates and the control works and water passages of the Seine 
Diversion during the period within which the operation of the Moose Lake plant shall be sus- 
pended hereunder. At the expiration of the aforesaid period of joint control the Commission 
shall cause the Seine Diversion to be permanently closed against the discharge through said 
Seine Diversion of the waters of Moose Lake; 

The Commission agrees that at all times during the period when the normal waterflow in 
the Seine River is being restored it will co-op>erate with the Company and the Seine River Com- 
pany to prevent to the greatest extent possible interference with the output of the said Seine 
River properties: 

31. This agreement shall not become binding upon the parties unless and until an Act of 
the Legislature of the Province of Ontario shall be passed at the present session of the Legislature 
confirming and validating this agreement and certain other agreements of even date, short par- 
ticulars of which are as follows: 

(a) Contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and Steep Rock 
Iron Mines, Limited, dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to the supply of power 
to Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and other matters as therein provided; 

(b) Contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and Steep Rock 
Iron Mines, Limited, dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to the construction of 
a power transmission line, the furnishing of security by Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, 
to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, and other matters as therein 
provided ; 

(c) Contract between Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and 
Paper Company, Limited, and The Seine River Improvement Company, Limited, 
dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to certain obligations undertaken by Steep 
Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and other matters as therein provided; 

— and given Royal Assent, whereupon this agreement shall be binding and shall have effect in 
accordance with its terms. 

Provided that when this agreement shall have become binding in accordance with the fore- 
going provision it shall remain in force for the period during which the Commission is required 
to deliver power under the provisions hereof: 

32. This agreement shall extend to, be binding upon and enure to the benefit of the parties 
hereto and their successors and assigns respectively: 

In Witness Whereof the parties hereto have caused this agreement to be executed, attested 
by the affixing of their corporate seals and by the signatures of their proper officers. 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 
T. H. Hogg, 

Chairman. 

(Seal) 
Osborne Mitchell, 

Secretary. 

THE ONTARIO-MINNESOTA PULP AND PAPER 
COMPANY, LIMITED 

R. H. M. Robinson, 

President. 

(Seal) 
R. D. Main, 

Secretary. 

THE SEINE RIVER IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, 
LIMITED 
R. H. M. Robinson, 

President. 

(Seal) 
R. D. Main, 

Secretary. 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 347 



SCHEDULE B 

to An Act respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and The * 
Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited. 

This Agreement made in duplicate this 10th day of April, A.D. 1942; 

Between: 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
hereinafter called the "Commission" 

OF THE FIRST PART, 

— and — 
STEEP ROCK Iron Mines Limited, hereinafter called the "Customer" 

OF THE second PART. 

Whereas the Commission acting under The Power Commission Act, R.S.O. 1937, Chapter 
62, and amendments thereto, is willing to enter into an agreement for the supply of electrical 
power on the terms and conditions herein contained, the said agreement to be known as the Steep 
Rock Power Agreement; 

And Whereas the Customer has applied to the Commission for a supply of electrical power 
under the said Act and amendments thereto; 

And Whereas the Customer is duly incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario 
and proposes to carry on the business of mining and metallurgy with mining properties in the 
vicinity of Steep Rock Lake, in the District of Rainy River, with head office at Toronto; 

And W^'hereas for the purpose of enabling its said mining operations to be conducted the 
Customer proposes to dewater Steep Rock Lake and for that purpose will require power which 
is hereinafter referred to as "Development Power", in addition to power required for mining 
operations which is hereinafter referred to as "Operation Power"; 

Now Therefore this Agreement Witnesseth that for the considerations herein con- 
tained the parties hereto covenant, promise and agree as follows: — 

1. T^e Commission Agrees: 

(a) To reserve for and deUver to the Customer six thousand horsepower (6,000 h.p.) of 
Development Power under the conditions and at the point of delivery herein specified when the 
Customer's preliminary development operations have progressed to such extent that the normal 
waterflow in the Seine River Watershed has been interfered with thereby, which said date is 
called the "Commencement Date" and is tentatively fixed as July 1st, 1943, and continuing 
until entirely eliminated under the provisions of clause 3 ; 

1. (b) To reserve for and deliver to the Customer under the same conditions and at the 
same point of delivery three thousand horsepower (3,000 h.p.) of Operation Power commencing 
when the Customer begins its mining operations at the said mining properties, which date is 
tentatively fixed as July 1st, 1944, and continuing while this agreement remains in force, which 
shall be the limit of amount until increased as hereinafter provided; 

1. (c) To reserve for and deliver to the Customer under the same conditions and at the 
same point of delivery additional Operation Power up to two thousand horsepower (2,000 h.p.) 
more in blocks of fifty horsepower (50 h.p.) each, or multiples thereof, on the expiration of thirty 
(30) days after request in writing therefor, until a total amount of five thousand horsepower 
(5,000 h.p.) of Operation Power shall have been reached which shall be the maximum of Operation 
Power under this agreement; 

1. (d) Notwithstanding the foregoing the Commission shall not be obliged to reserve for 
the Customer at any time a total of Development Power and Operation Power exceeding nine 
thousand horsepower (9,000 h.p.), it being the understanding between the parties that as the. 
completion of the Customer's development work progresses it will reduce its requirements of 
Development Power under the provisions of clause 3, and that at some stage of the development 
work it will have commenced its mining operations, thereby making its requirements of Develop- 
ment Power and Operation Power concurrent, for a time, but the Development Power subse- 
quently decreasing and Operation Power increasing: 

2. The Commission Agrees: 

(a) To deliver power at the point of delivery herein defined as the one hundred and ten 
thousand volt (110,000 V) bus in the Commission's Port Arthur Transformer Station at or near 
the City of Port Arthur in the Province of Ontario; 

2. (b) To deliver commercially continuous twenty-four (24) hour power every day in the 
year except as provided for in this agreement; 



348 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

2. (c) To use at all times first-class, suitable standard commercial apparatus and plant, and 
to exercise all due skill and diligence so that the service rendered to the Customer shall be in 
accordance with appropriate commercial standards: 

3. If in any month after the Customer shall have ceased to take Development Power by 
reducing such Development Power in accordance with the provisions hereinafter written the 
Customer takes power so that the average or integrated demand for any ten consecutive minutes 
is in excess of the limit of Operation Power then in force, the taking of such excess, except to the 
extent that such taking is due exclusively to inadvertence, accident or any other cause beyond 
the control of the Customer, shall thereafter constitute an obligation on the part of the Customer 
to pay for and on the part of the Commission to hold in reserve and deliver Operation Power 
increased by such excess to the extent if any allowed by the Commission, all in accordance with 
the terms and conditions of this agreement thereby establishing a new limit of Operation Power, 
but in no case shall the whole amount of such Operation Power including the said increase, exceed 
the maximum of Operation Power under this agreement; in any event the Customer shall pay 
for power during the said month as if such excess, whether or not beyond the said maximum of 
Operation Power had been taken for the whole month; 

The Customer shall reduce the amount of Development Power which the Commission is 
obliged to hold in reserve and deliver to it according as its necessary requirements of Develop- 
ment Power are decreased as the work progresses, by delivering to the Commission notice in 
writing one month or more prior to the date that such reduction is to come into effect, and in 
any event shall be deemed to have reduced its taking of Development Power to zero not later 
than two (2) years from the Commencement Date. All power taken by the Customer thereafter 
shall be deemed to be Operation Power, provided however that the Commission shall not be 
obliged to reserve for and / or deliver to the Customer at any time more than the said maximum 
amount of Operation Power specified in clause 1 (c). 

4. All power delivered under this agreement shall be alternating, three-phase, having a fre- 
quency of approximately sixty (60) cycles per second and a nominal voltage of approximately 
one hundred and ten thousand (110,000) volts subject to ordinary variations from the said 
voltage of approximately ten per cent (10%) and from the said frequency of approximately five 
per cent (5%); 

For the purpose of this agreement the word "power" shall mean electrical power and unless 
the context requires a different meaning shall also mean and include "energy"; 

One horsepower shall be equivalent to seven hundred and forty-six watts (746 w.). 

5. The Customer Agrees: 

(a) To make all payments to be made to the Commission under this agreement in lawful 
money of Canada, at Toronto, and to pay in monthly payments to the Commission on the 
twentieth day of each month of the calendar for the accrual of the preceding month of the calendar 
when the Commission shall have rendered the bill therefor on or before the tenth day, or if the 
bill be rendered after the tenth day, then ten (10) days after the date of rendering; provided 
that all payments in arrears after the said dates for payment shall bear interest at the rate of 
five per cent (5%) per annum; provided, further, that if any bill remains unpaid for thirty (30) 
days after the date of receipt thereof the Commission may, in addition to all other remedies and 
without notice, discontinue the supply of power to the Customer until the said bill is paid and 
no such discontinuance by the Commission shall relieve the Customer from the performance of 
the covenants, provisoes and conditions herein contained; 

5. (b) If in any month power is taken in such manner that eighty-five per cent (85%) of 
the maximum kilovolt amperes as determined at the point of measurement is greater than the 
maximum kilowatts as determined at the same point, then for that month eighty-five per cent 
(85%) of the said maximum kilovolt amperes shall for the purposes of billing be considered to 
be the true kilowatts. For the purpose of this clause the maximum in kilovolt amperes and in 
kilowatts shall each be the maximum average or integrated demand in any ten (10) consecutive 
minutes in the month." 

5. (c) To pay to the Commission in monthly payments according to the following schedule 
of horseF)ower rates, namely, — 

Nineteen Dollars ($19.00) per horsepower per annum; 
all based on the maximum ten (10) minute integrated demand and eighty-five per cent (85%) 
minimum power factor as provided in this agreement, which shall be applied as if the maximum 
ten (10) minute integrated demand corrected for eighty-five per cent (85S'^) minimum power 
factor had been taken for the whole month, subject always to the minimum in this agreement 
provided; provided that the amount in horsepower each month determined from the said 
maximum ten (10) minute integrated demand corrected for the said minimum power factor 
shall be the horsepower demand for the month; 

In addition to payment at the said horsepower rate to pay to the Commission in monthly 
payments at the rate of three decimal five (3.5) mills which is seven-twentieths (7/20ths) of a 
cent per kilowatt-hour for all energy taken in excess of the energy equivalent to the amount of 
power for which the Customer is paying at a monthly load factor of eighty-five per cent (85%): 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 349 

5. (d) After the Customer has ceased to take Development Power hereunder, and is taking, 
or is deemed to be taking Operation Power only to pay to the Commission for each month as a 
minimum for seventy-five per cent (75%) of the greatest amount of power held in reserve for 
the Customer during any previous month after the Customer shall have ceased to take Develop- 
ment Power, except during the first month after such cessation during which said month the 
minimum shall be seventy -five per cent (75%) of the amount of power reserved for the Customer 
during such month, provided however that in any event the Customer shall pay to the Com- 
mission for each month as a minimum for two thousand, two hundred and fifty horsepower 
(2,250 h.p.) all subject to clause 8. 

6. The Customer Agrees: 

(a) To take the power covered by this agreement in accordance with the terms hereof and 
to prepare for the receipt and use of the said power so as to be able to receive power on the Com- 
mencement Date. 

6. (b) To take power exclusively from the Commission during the continuance of this 
agreement and not to sell or dispose of the said power or any part thereof directly or indirectly, 
without the written consent of the Commission; and not to use the said power hereunder for 
electric steam boiler operation or for the heating of buildings; 

6. (c) At all times to take and use the power in such manner that the ratio of the kilowatts 
to the kilovolt amperes (read simultaneously) is as near unity as practicable; 

6. (d) At all times to take and use the electrical power in such manner that the current 
will be taken from the three phases equally as nearly as practicable and in any event with the 
difference between any two phases not greater than five per cent (5%); Provided that if at any 
time the difference between any two phases should exceed the said five per cent (5%) or if the 
said difference be increasing so that it is likely to do so the Customer upon instructions from 
the Commission shall so adjust the Customer's load as to comply with this requirement; 

6. (e) To provide a suitable transformer station; before starting construction to obtain 
Commission approval of such plans, drawings and specifications thereof as the Commission may 
require, and to supply all other electrical apparatus, equipment and works from the point of 
delivery, all subject to the approval of the Commission, and to construct, install, maintain and 
operate the said station and all other electrical apparatus, equipment and works in a manner 
satisfactory to the Commission; 

Provided that the Commission shall not be obliged to deliver power under this agreement 
until its approval has been obtained under the requirements of this clause but such approval 
shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed; 

6. (f) To use at all times suitable standard commercial machinery, plant and works in 
addition to the said electrical works and to operate and maintain the said machinery, plant and 
works so as to cause minimum disturbance to or fluctuation in the Commission's power supply 
or system and to exercise all due skill and diligence so as to secure the satisfactory operation of 
the machinery, plant and works of the Customer along with the power supply and system of the 
Commission: 

7. (a) Measurement of all power and energy under this agreement shall be made by means 
of suitable polyphase recording meters; the measuring equipment including meters, current and 
potential transformers and other equipment shall be so arranged as to measure and record the 
said power and energy with commercial accuracy and shall be provided, installed and maintained 
commercially correct by the Commission; 

7. (b) The greatest average or integrated amount of power deUvered to or taken by the 
Customer for any ten ( 10) consecutive minutes in any month determined from coincident readings 
of the said meters, subject to power factor correction, shall be the horsepower demand and a 
basis for determining the quantity of power delivered to or taken by the Customer in the said 
month; 

7. (c) The point of measurement of the power covered by this agreement shall be at the 
terminus of the Customer's one hundred and ten thousand volt (110,000 V) transmission line in 
or immediately adjacent to the existing Moose Lake Plant of The Seine River Improvement 
Company Limited; 

7. (d) Should such measuring equipment be connected at other than the point of measure- 
ment then the readings of such measuring equipment shall be subject to a correction or adjustment 
to give readings such as would have been obtained if said measuring equipment had been con- 
nected at the said point of measurement; but when connected at the point of measurement shall 
not be subject to correction because of being connected at other than the point of delivery, it 
being understood that this correction has been provided for in establishing the rate specified in 
clause 5 (c); 

7. (e) The records from the said meters shall be taken and recorded by the Customer on 
forms supplied or approved by the Commission and when and as directed by the Commission; 
these records shall be dated and forwarded promptly by the Customer to the Commission and 
such records on file with the Commission shall be available to the Customer at all reasonable 
times for inspection and information; 

7. (f) The Customer shall if necessary provide free of charge a safe and suitable location, 
to be approved by the Commission on the premises of the Customer, for the installation of the 
Commission's measuring equipment and no rental or other charge or claim shall be made to the 



350 THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF No. 26 

Commission for the location of the said measuring equipment on the Customer's premises. If 
relocation of the said measuring equipment shall at any time or times during the term of this 
agreement become necessary the Customer shall bear the cost and expense thereof; 

7. (g) The Commission may test, calibrate, adjust, remove or change said measuring equip- 
ment or any part thereof at any reasonable time, but when possible the Customer shall be advised 
at least three (3) days in advance of the Commission's intention so to do; 

7. (h) The Customer shall have the right to test any such measuring equipment in the 
presence of a representative of the Commission by giving to the Commission seven (7) days' 
previous notice in writing of the Customer's desire to test such measuring equipment; 

7, (i) The Commission shall repair or replace and retest defective meters or other measuring 
equipment within a reasonable time; and if at any time there is no meter in service it shall be 
assumed that the power consumed is the same as for other days in the same month during which 
a similar load existed; 

7. (j) Access to any measuring equipment and to any apparatus, equipment and works 
belonging to the Commission and on the property of the Customer shall be free to the repre- 
sentatives of the Commission at any and all times for the purpose of inspection, operation, test, 
adjustment, repair, alteration, reconstruction and / or removal, and the said representatives may 
do any of these things; 

7. (k) The kilowatts, kilowatt-hours, kilo volt amperes and all other factors and quantities 
shall be determined directly or indirectly from measuring equipment provided for in this clause 
7, and electrical standards as determined by The National Research Council shall be used as 
final reference in determining the accuracy of measuring equipment: except that in the event of 
The National Research Council having no facilities available for calibration of any part or parts 
thereof, then the Commission's standards shall be used as final reference in determining the 
accuracy of all such part or parts: 

8. (a) The maintenance by the Commission of approximately the agreed voltage at ap- 
proximately the agreed frequency, at the point of delivery shall constitute the supply of power 
involved herein and a fulfilment of all the operating obligations of the Commission under this 
agreement, and when the voltage and the frequency are maintained within the limits provided 
in clause 4, the amount of power, its fluctuations, load factor, power factor, distribution as to 
phases and all other characteristics and qualities at the point of measurement are under the sole 
control of the Customer and the Customer's agents, apparatus, equipment and works; 

8. (b) In case the Commission shall at any time or times be prevented from delivering said 
power or any part thereof by any cause reasonably beyond the Commission's control including 
without limiting the generality thereof, strike, lockout, riot, fire, insurrection, hurricane, civil 
commotion, flood, invasion, explosion, the King's enemies and act of God, then the Commission 
shall not be bound to deliver power during such time and the Customer shall be allowed an ad- 
justment in payment for power as hereinafter provided, but the Customer shall not otherwise 
h^e released from any obligation under this agreement; the Commission shall be prompt and 
diligent in removing the cause of such interruption and as soon as the cause of such interruption 
is removed the Commission shall without delay deliver power and the Customer shall take and 
pay for the same all in accordance with this agreement; 

8. (c) The Commission shall have the right at all reasonable times, and when possible, after 
reasonable notice has been given to the Customer, to discontinue to the extent deemed necessary 
by the Commission, the supply of power to the Customer for the purpose of safeguarding life or 
property or for the purpose of operation, maintenance, replacement or extension of the apparatus, 
equipment or works necessary for the delivery of power hereunder but all such interruptions 
shall be of minimum duration and when possible arranged for at a time least objectionable to 
the Customer; the Customer shall be allowed an adjustment in payment for power as hereinafter 
provided, but the Customer shall not otherwise be released from any obligation under this 
agreement; 

For interruptions under this subclause or under the preceding subclause dealing with causes 
reasonably beyond the Commission's control, the adjustment in payment for power to be allowed 
to the Customer shall be determined as follows: — (a) for total interruptions the amount used as 
basis shall be the amount of the horsepower demand for that month on which the Customer 
would otherwise be required to pay; (b) for partial interruptions the amount used as basis shall 
be the amount of the said horsepower demand less the average amount in horsepower of power 
taken by the Customer during the interruption; in every case the amount of horsepower to be 
used for adjustment shall be the amount used as basis averaged over the whole month in the 
ratio of the length of time of the interruption to the total time in the month; provided that no 
adjustment shall be allowed in respect of any interruption lasting less than three minutes when 
the aggregate time of all interruptions in any month does not exceed a total of twenty (20) 
minutes or in respect of interruptions occurring within a period in which the Customer is not 
using power for operation; 

8. (d) If the Customer at any time fails in the performance of any of its obligations affecting 
electrical operation under this agreement including, without limiting the generality of the fore- 
going, taking power in excess of the maximum under this agreement or of the limit of amount of 
Operation Power then in foi ce, or failing to operate as required in this agreement, then the Com- 
mission may give notice thereof to the Customer, which notice may be given by telephone to an 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 351 

employee of the Customer by a representative of the Commission and the Customer shall im- 
mediately remedy the said failure; in case of continued failure for more than fifteen (15) minutes 
after notice, then the Commission may discontinue delivery to the Customer of all power or of 
any part thereof and shall not be obliged to resume delivery to the Customer until the Customer 
shall have given to the Commission sufficient assurance that such failure will not recur; in such 
case the Customer shall not be entitled to any allowance for power not delivered nor be relieved 
of any obligation under this agreement; the Customer shall forthwith designate in writing to 
the Commission to what employee the said notice under this subclause 8 (d) is to be given, and 
in default of such designation or in the event of the said employee not being immediately avail- 
able to receive such notice the said notice may be given by telephone or otherwise to any other 
employee of the Customer: 

9. The Customer hereby grants to the Commission the right and wayleave or easement to 
use at all times free of cost or rent so much of the Customer's lands as may be necessary or ex- 
pedient to the Commission for the supply of power to the Customer, and for the measurement 
thereof and / or other purposes of this agreement, all during the period this agreement remains 
in force and thereafter until niney (90) days' written notice from the Customer to remove the 
Commission's works shall have been given and shall have expired; if at any time or times the 
Commission shall be required by the Customer to change the location of any of the said works 
or equipment, the Customer shall provide another suitable location therefor and the Customer 
shall pay the cost of such change of location. 

10. One or more representatives or engineers of the Commission appointed for this purpose 
may at any reasonable time during the continuance of this agreement, have access to the premises 
of the Customer for the purpose of inspecting the electrical works and property of the Customer 
and of taking records therefrom as required and may do any of these things: 

11. The Customer shall assume all risk of and liability for and be responsible for (a) any 
and all injury, damage and loss to property of the Commission on the premises of the Customer 
to the extent that the same is due to the neglect or default of the Customer, its servants or agents, 
and (b) any and all injury, damage and loss to property of the Customer or to any other property 
on the said premises or to any person or persons (including loss of life) on the said premises, 
other than employees of the Commission, which shall have been due to power under this agree- 
ment or due to the said Commission property, save to the extent that same shall have been due 
to the negligence or default of the Commission, its servants or agents; the Customer shall in- 
demnify the Commission and save it harmless from all such injury, damage or loss and all actions, 
suits, claims, costs, charges and expenses in connection therewith: 

12. The Commission shall be entitled at any time prior to the expiration of ninety (90) 
days' notice in writing from the Customer delivered after the termination of this agreement and 
the last extension thereof to remove from the premises of the Customer, any and all apparatus, 
equipment and works which may have been installed by the Commission imder or in connection 
with this agreement: 

13. If after termination of this agreement power be taken by the Customer from the Com- 
mission without a new agreement, such power shall be delivered, taken and paid for in accordance 
with the provisions set out in this agreement but only on the following conditions; such delivery 
shall not be deemed to renew or extend this agreement or to give the Customer any claim or 
right to power or to place any obligation or liability on the Commission and the Commission may 
discontinue delivery of such power at any time without notice, and the Commission shall be 
under no obligation or liability to the Customer: 

14. Any waiver by the Commission or the Customer or either of them or failure by either 
of them to exercise their respective rights or enforce their respective remedies shall be limited 
to-the particular instance and shall not operate or be deemed to waive any other right or remedy 
or extend to any other matter under this agreement or in any other way affect the validity of 
this agreement; the exercise by the Commission or the Customer of any remedy provided in this 
agreement shall not prevent or estop the Commission or the Customer respectively from pursuing 
any other remedy it may have and all the respective rights and remedies of the Commission and 
the Customer may be exercised and continued concurrently or separately: 

15. This agreement shall extend to, be binding upon and enure to the benefit of the Com- 
mission and the Customer and their successors and assigns respectively : 

16. In case of any dispute arising between the parties hereto relative to the fulfilment of 
any of the terms, provisoes or conditions of this agreement, or as to the method or accuracy of 
the measurement of power or any other question which may arise under this agreement, the 
same shall be immediately referred to arbitration under The Arbitration Act of the Province of 
Ontario, and shall be determined in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario, and 
the findings of the arbitrator or arbitrators so appointed shall be final and binding upon both 
parties hereto, except that either party may appeal from, move to set aside, vary or refer back 
an award of the arbitrators and may proceed therein to the Supreme Court of Canada and the 
Privy Council, or either of them: 

17. If the Customer fails at any time in the performance of any obligation under this agree- 
ment the Commission without terminating the agreement may without notice and without 
liability therefor discontinue delivery of power to the Customer, but no such discontinuance 



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shall relieve the Customer from any obligation under this agreement or lessen or change any of 
the Customer's obligations; the Commission shall not be obliged to resume delivery of power to 
the Customer until the Customer shall have given to the Commission sufficient assurance that 
such failure will not recur; and if the Customer continues in default in the performance of such 
obligation under this agreement the Commission may at its option mail postage prepaid to the 
Customer at the last known address of its head office a notice that unless the said obligation is 
completely fulfilled within five (5) days after the mailing of the said notice the contract will be 
deemed terminated; if after mailing of the said notice the Customer continues in default in respect 
of the said obligation beyond the said period specified in the said notice for fulfilment of its 
obligation this agreement shall thereupon terminate: 

18. This agreement shall not become binding upon the parties unless and until an Act of 
the Legislature of the Province of Ontario shall be passed at the present session of the Legislature 
confirming and validating this agreement and certain other agreements of even date, short par- 
ticulars of which are as follows: 

(a) contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and The Ontario- 
Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited and The Seine River Improvement Com- 
pany Limited dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to the supply of power to The 
Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited and other matters as therein 
provided ; 

(b) contract between The Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp 
and Paper Company Limited and The Seine River Improvement Company, Limited, 
dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to certain obligations undertaken by Steep 
Rock Iron Mines, Limited, and other matters as therein provided; 

(c) contract between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and Steep Rock 
Iron Mines Limited dated the 10th day of April, 1942, relating to the construction of 
a power transmission line, the furnishing of security by Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited 
to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and other matters as therein 
provided ; 

and given Royal Assent, whereupon this agreement shall become binding and shall have effect 
in accordance with its terms. 

Provided that when this agreement has become binding in accordance with the foregoing it 
shall continue in force for the mining life of the mining properties to which power shall at any 
time have been supplied under this agreement; provided, however, that the Commission may 
terminate it at the end of the period of ten .( 10) years from the commencement date or at any 
subsequent date by six months or more previous notice in writing: 

19. The Customer shall furnish to and deposit with the Commission security satisfactory 
to the Commission for the complete performance of this agreement by the Customer and shall 
at all times maintain the same in full force and effect so long as this agreement continues in force ; 
such security may be in the form of a surety bond executed by the Customer and by a surety 
company satisfactory to the Commission or in the form of cash deposit or bonds satisfactory to 
the Commission; in the case of bonds as last mentioned, the Customer when not in default here- 
under shall be entitled to the interest and interest coupons on the said bonds; if at any time the 
security deposited with the Commission shall become unsatisfactory to the Commission, the 
Customer upon request by the Commission shall promptly deposit security that is satisfactory to 
the Commission; the Customer, when not in default under this agreement, shall have the right 
at any time to change the security deposited with the Commission by substitution of surety 
bond, cash or bonds satisfactory to the Commission as aforesaid; upon any failure by the Customer 
to provide or maintain security as aforesaid the Commission shall not be obliged to reserve for 
or deliver any power to the Customer or having commenced shall not be obliged to continue; 
the amount of the security shall in the first instance be Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00), 
but shall be varied from time to time in accordance with the Customer's obligation to pay for 
power hereunder; Security under this clause shall be for the purposes of this clause only and 
shall not relate in any manner to security given by the Customer to the Commission under any 
other agreement between the Commission and the Customer: 

In W itness Whereof the Commission and the Customer have caused this agreement to 
be executed, attested by the affixing of their corporate seals and by the signatures of their proper 
officers duly authorized thereto. 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 
T. H. Hogg, 

Chairman. 

(Seal) 
Osborne Mitchell, 

Secretary. 
STEEP ROCK IRON MINES LIMITED 
D. M. Hogarth, 

President. 
G. G. Blackstock, 

Secretary-Treasurer. 
(Seal) 



1943 THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 353 

SCHEDULE C 

to An Act respecting The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario, Steep Rock Iron Mines Limited and The 

Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited. 

This Agreement made in duplicate the 10th day of April, A.D. 1942, to be known as the 
Supplementary Agreement: 
Between: 

Steep Rock Iron Mines, Limited, hereinafter called the "Company" 

. OF THE first PART, 

— and — 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
hereinafter called the "Commission" 

OF the second part. 

Whereas by an Indenture of even date the parties hereto agreed for a supply of electric 
power and energy by the Commission to the Company at the Company's plant at its mining 
properties in the vicinity of Steep Rock Lake in the District of Rainy River, hereinafter called 
"The Steep Rock Power Agreement"; 

And Whereas for the purpose of developing and operating its mining properties the Com- 
pany proposes to dewater Steep Rock Lake and divert and interfere with the natural flow in the 
Seine River watershed, the said diversion and interference being hereinafter referred to as the 
"Seine Diversion"; 

And Whereas the said Seine Diversion will render it impracticable for the Seine River 
Improvement Company Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and 
Paper Company, Limited, to operate a power development and power plant which the Seine 
River Improvement Company, Limited, has constructed at the head of Steep Rock Lake in the 
said District of Rainy River which is hereinafter referred to as the Moose Lake plant, and the 
Commission has at the request of the Company, by an agreement of even date, hereinafter called 
the "Replacement Power Agreement", agreed to supply power to the said Ontario-Minnesota 
Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, to replace the power which the Seine River Improvement 
Company, Limited, has been developing and would otherwise develop at its said Moose Lake 
plant for the purposes of The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, the amount 
of such power being ten thousand five hundred horsepower (10,500 h.p.) subject to variation as 
appears in the said Replacement Power Agreement; and also in another eventuality to supply 
additional power called Supplementary Power, as therein set forth; 

And Whereas in the event that the Company should make default in its obligations here- 
under, the Commission might still be obliged to furnish power to The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp 
and Paper Company, Limited, under the said Replacement Power Agreement; and whereas it 
has been agreed by the Company and The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, 
and the Seine River Improvement Company, Limited, that the said plant should be maintained 
in such manner that it may be restored to operation again should the natural waterflow in the 
Seine River through Steep Rock Lake be restored, and it has been agreed by The Ontario- 
Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, with the Commission that upon restoration of 
the said natural waterflow the Commission shall be relieved from its obligation to supply power 
to The Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, at its said plant, and it is therefore 
expedient that the Commission should be enabled of its own accord to restore the said natural 
waterflow in the event of the Company making default in its obligations to the Commission 
under the said power agreement or hereunder; 

And Whereas in order that the Commission may make delivery of power to the said Com- 
pany under the Steep Rock Power Agreement and make delivery of power to Ontario-Minnesota 
Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, under the said Replacement Power Agreement it is necessary 
that a transmission line be constructed fro